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Former Ontario AG Bryant joins Robichaud's as counsel

Monday, March 27, 2017 @ 3:13 PM | By John Chunn


Michael Bryant, former attorney general of Ontario, has joined Robichaud’s Criminal Lawyers as counsel.

Bryant represents clients in a wide range of criminal, regulatory and intergovernmental affairs.

Bryant also takes great pride in representing indigent accused in need of assistance through Legal Aid Ontario.

Bryant is a former Ontario cabinet minister (2003-2009), holds a master’s degree in law from Harvard, is a former clerk to Beverley McLachlin, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, former counsel to several prominent Bay Street firms, an accomplished author and frequent speaker on issues of criminal law and political affairs.