Allan Rouben – Barrister & Solicitor


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As a Barrister & Solicitor, I take great pride in my legal practice, having graduated from McGill University with a B.A. in 1982 and later obtaining my law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in 1986. I was called to the Bar in the Province of Ontario in 1988 after articling and attending the Bar Admission Course. Following my passion for law, I started my own practice soon after.

I thoroughly enjoy the challenges that come with appearing in court for complicated cases. However, the most rewarding aspect of my legal practice is the personal relationships I build with my clients over the years. I firmly believe in providing personalized service and paying close attention to my clients’ cases.

In representing my clients, I am compassionate and caring, while also being aggressive in fighting for their legal rights. I hold a strong belief in the justice system and believe in giving back to the profession.

In his book “The Seven Lamps of Advocacy”, British Judge Edward Abbott Parry wrote about the qualities that make a great advocate. These qualities are honesty, courage, industry, wit, eloquence, judgment, and fellowship. I strongly believe that honesty is the most crucial quality of a successful advocate. The relationship between a solicitor and their client must be built on a foundation of trust and confidence, with the client’s interests always taking priority over the lawyer’s interests. As a legal professional, I continuously strive to uphold these ideals and bring them to my relationship with my clients.