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GlickLaw hires new associate

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 @ 2:02 PM | By John Chunn

GlickLaw announced that Jordan Stone has joined the Toronto firm as an associate.

Stone has a public law practice focused on self-regulating professions and industries.

He acts for professional regulators, licensing bodies and regulated professionals in all aspects of litigation, including discipline and incompetence hearings, Provincial Offences Act proceedings, appeals and applications to the Superior Court of Justice. He also advises and advocates for clients on issues relating to complaints, registration, fitness, privacy and human rights.

Prior to joining GlickLaw, Stone practised at a Bay Street firm as a member of its professional self-regulatory bodies group where he acted for numerous regulators and gained significant experience in the nuances of professional and industry regulation.

He frequently writes about issues facing regulators and regulated professionals and has presented at events and conferences, including the Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation (CNAR) annual conference.
Stone received his juris doctor from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and his bachelor of arts from the University of Toronto.

During law school, Stone 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.