Graeme takes a no-nonsense approach to the practice of law and understands his clients want rapid resolution of their issues at a reasonable cost.
At The Ross Firm, Graeme practices exclusively in the area of Family Law.
Graeme’s other legal interests include a plethora of niche areas including equine law, tree law, and heritage law.
Graeme, who grew up in London Ontario, has deep roots in Huron County and particularly in Goderich through family ties and much time spent in the Prettiest Town in Canada.
. Graeme completed his education at numerous respected institutions including Western University, Waterloo University, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, and Université du Quebec a Chicoutimi. Graeme earned his law degree in the United Kingdom, at Leicester University, and completed the Law Practice Program at Ryerson University.
On top of his academic achievements at Leicester University, Graeme served as Director of the university’s Immigration and Asylum Law pro-bono clinic, where he worked to assist asylum seekers.
To round out his time in Leicester, Graeme was elected vice-captain of the university’s Equestrian and Polo club, and spent as much time as he could in the saddle. His passion is equine sports, and he is excited to become involved in the rich equestrian cultures of Huron, Bruce and Perth counties.
Graeme joins The Ross Firm, believing that making his own luck is won through hard work and careful preparation.