|Bradley E. Berg, FCIArb.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Brad's practice includes both complex commercial cases and precedent-setting public interest litigation. He has appeared as lead counsel at all levels of courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada, and before international commercial arbitration panels, administrative tribunals and inquests. Brad is the Practice Group Leader for the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group in Toronto.
Brad is President of The Advocates' Society, the principal association of litigation counsel in Ontario, and a long-standing board member. He is the past Co-chair of the Firm's Legal Personnel Committee and has served on our Compensation, Partnership and Equity & Diversity Committees.
Brad is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London), member of the Toronto Commercial Arbitration Society and has experience with various arbitration institutions including the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) (Paris). He is also closely involved with a number of community agencies, including the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto.
Brad taught trial advocacy at Osgoode Hall Law School for six years and is currently a contributing editor to Canadian Legal Practice (Butterworths/LexisNexis). He is a former law clerk to the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan.
Admitted to the Ontario Bar - 1996
Admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar - 1994
LL.M., University of Toronto - 1995
LL.B., University of Saskatchewan - 1992
B.Comm., University of Saskatchewan - 1991
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