B.A., J.D., LL.M
Heather Douglas is an experienced civil litigator. She has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Justice, and various tribunals in Ontario. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 2013.
She is an active member of the Ontario Bar Association and a proud volunteer of the 519 Legal Clinic and the Pro Bono Ontario Hotline. Heather also acts as an Advisor to other lawyers as part of the Coach and Advisor Network (CAN) through the Law Society of Ontario. She recently joined the Board of Conceivable Dreams, an organization dedicated to enhancing equity in reproductive health treatment.
Before starting her own firm, Heather practiced law in downtown Toronto, with a focus in insurance law and litigation. She frequently writes about the law, and has been featured in the Advocates’ Journal, Slaw.ca (Canada’s largest online legal magazine), Keeping Tabs, and the Ontario Bar Association Newsletter. She is currently co-authoring two chapters for the textbook Civil Procedure and Practice in Ontario on non-compliance with the Rules of Civil Procedure and Part VI of the Courts of Justice Act regarding Judges and Officers for CanLII. When she’s not busy writing you can usually find her wandering Toronto’s east end with her trusted dog close behind.
Osgoode Hall Law School –
Master of Laws (2015)
Juris Doctor (2012)
Bachelor of Arts (2009)
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