David Steeves BA, LLB, LLM
David Steeves completed his BA in English Literature at Mount Allison University and his LL.B. and LL.M. degrees at Dalhousie Law School (now the Schulich School of Law). He was called to the Bars of Alberta and Nova Scotia in 2004 and Ontario in 2011. David completed his Articles in the Calgary office of a large national firm before accepting the Faculty of Graduate Studies Scholarship at Dalhousie Law School. On graduation, David was awarded the inaugural Race and the Law Prize for his work on juries in Nova Scotia. David has been an invited lecturer in law at the University of Western Ontario, Osgoode Hall Law School, and the University of Toronto. In 2013, his research on juries in Nova Scotia from pre-Confederation until 1935 was published in the first collection of African-Canadian Legal History by the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History and was recognized with the Peter Oliver Prize. As an undergraduate, he was a member of Mount Allison University's Senate, Student Administrative Council, and of its varsity swim team for which he was named an Academic All-Canadian. During his university years, David served in the Canadian Coast Guard as an Inshore Rescue Boat Coxswain. Actively involved in the community, he is a member of the Emerging Leaders Network of Greater Toronto Civic Action, East Coast Connected, and is Secretary-Treasurer for the Dalhousie Law Class of 2003. Currently, David's practice is focused on civil litigation.
You can reach David by calling him at (416) 923-1776 extension 224, or by sending him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.