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About Brooke MacKenzie

Brooke MacKenzie teaches legal ethics as an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, and is the co-founder of MacKenzie Barristers P.C., where her practice focuses on civil appeals and issues of professional responsibility and liability. Brooke is regularly retained by other lawyers for advice or representation on legal ethics issues and professional responsibility disputes, including in respect of potential conflicts of interest, ethical dilemmas, privilege and confidentiality, partnership disputes, fiduciary obligations, or regulatory or discipline issues with the Law Society of Ontario. She has been awarded the OBA Foundation Chief Justice of Ontario Fellowship in Legal Ethics and Professionalism Studies for her research and writing on conflicts of interest and the disqualification of counsel, and her writing on legal ethics, civil procedure, and civil justice reform has been published in the Supreme Court Law Review, Canadian Bar Review, Queen's Law Journal, and the Osgoode Hall Law Journal. Brooke received her J.D. from Queen’s University and her LL.M. from the University of Toronto.

Posts by Brooke MacKenzie

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