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In both his factum and oral submissions, Mr. Glick performed his role as amicus curiae admirably.” (Ontario Court of Appeal)
R v. Vellone,  108 O.R. (3d) 481
In 2018, Jordan founded GlickLaw on the belief that he could provide more collaborative, nimble and cost-effective services to clients within a specialized boutique environment where services are limited and provided on an expert basis. In that regard, Jordan limits the services that he provides to acting for:
1. Professional Regulators and Licensing Bodies;
2. Professionals and Licensees on regulatory matters;
3. Individuals and corporations for select criminal and quasi-criminal offences and by-law infractions, including white collar crime and both public and consumer protection legislation; and,
4. Individuals, corporations and governmental institutions regarding privacy law and making or responding to access to information requests.
Jordan honed his litigation skills working with some of the best and most recognizable names in regulatory and criminal law including Brian Greenspan, Eddie Greenspan and Marie Henein. Between 2010 and 2018, Jordan was a Member of the Regulatory Group at Weirfoulds LLP where, in 2014, he was made a partner.
In 2017, Jordan was awarded the Prestigious Lexpert Rising Stars Award honouring the top Canadian lawyers under the age of 40. In 2018, Jordan was recognized in the 2018 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory among the Leading Lawyers to Watch in “Public Law Litigation”. Jordan has been named to the Best Lawyers in Canada directory in the category of “Administrative and Public Law” for 2019, 2020 & 2021.
Jordan routinely speaks on topics relating to the above areas and has chaired and/or presented at conferences put on by the Law Society of Upper Canada, The Advocates Society, Osgoode Professional Development, the Criminal Lawyers Association, the Council on Licensure, Enforcement & Regulation (CLEAR) and the Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation (CNAR)
Jordan acts for professional regulators, licensing bodies, regulated professionals, and licensees in all aspects of litigation, including discipline and incompetence hearings, Provincial Offence Act proceedings, appeals, and civil litigation. He also advises and advocates for clients on issues relating to complaints, registration, employment, privacy, and human rights, among others.
Prior to joining GlickLaw, Jordan practised as a member of the WeirFoulds professional self-regulatory bodies group where he acted for numerous regulators and gained significant experience in the nuances of professional and industry regulation. Jordan has acted as lead counsel in hearings before the Discipline Committee of numerous professional self-regulatory bodies in Ontario and has conducted trials in the Ontario Court of Justice. He has successfully represented clients in appeals to the Divisional Court and has experience both bringing and responding to applications for judicial review.
Jordan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and his Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, receiving numerous academic awards throughout the course of his studies. During law school, Jordan represented low-income clients in criminal cases before the Ontario Court of Justice, assisted with an intervention at the Supreme Court of Canada, was a finalist in the Warren K. Winkler Class Actions Moot, and served as the Editor-in-Chief of Rights Review.
Having a background in law, clinical healthcare, business strategy, and public policy, Aly brings a diverse array of perspectives and skills to effectively advocating for his clients’ interests.
Prior to joining GlickLaw, Aly attended the LL.M program at Cambridge University for the 2019-2020 term where he was awarded first-class honours for his thesis on causation in healthcare entitled “But for But for: The Collapse of Causal Constructs in Interprofessional Healthcare” currently undergoing publication. Before entering Cambridge, Aly clerked for Madam Justice Andromache Karakatsanis at the Supreme Court of Canada for the 2018-2019 term.
Aly has also gained experience working in public policy at the federal government level. While working at Policy Horizons Canada, Aly developed the “Adaptive Regulatory Mechanisms” theory of the future of regulation. This theoretical framework has been presented as a model to leaders in the regulatory space at both federal and provincial levels, including at the 2018 meeting of the Community of Federal Regulators.
Aly earned degrees in Common Law, Civil Law and an MBA from McGill University. While at McGill, Aly won several awards for academic excellence. He also served as a Justice on the Students’ Society Judicial Board for two terms and was a founding member of the renowned McGill Journal of Arbitration and Dispute Resolution. Aly also graduated with honours from the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy program at the University of Toronto. While completing his pharmacy degree, Aly gained experience in both clinical and hospital pharmacy in several clinical areas including mental health and addiction. He also completed a prestigious internship at the Ontario College of Pharmacists and performed research in public health policy, social pharmacy and epidemiology.
Christine Le Dressay
Tel: 416-596-2960 ext. 204
Christine graduated at the top of her class from the paralegal program at Durham College in 2008 and is a paralegal member of the Law Society of Ontario. She is also certified as a law clerk by the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario.
For over a decade, Christine has supported lawyers in both criminal defence and professional regulatory practices. She is dedicated to providing exceptional service to our clients, both as a Law Clerk and as our Office Manager.