Growing up with a father who ran his own successful law firm, a passion for the law was instilled in Jason at a young age. Jason was particularly inspired by his father’s tireless efforts to advance the interests of his clients.
Following his graduation from the University of Western Ontario with his law degree, Jason articled with a small litigation firm where he worked closely with a lawyer who went on to become a judge.
After his call to the Bar, Jason worked at one of the top estate litigation firms in Toronto and subsequently with a top mid-service Toronto law firm, where his clients included major financial institutions and municipalities.
Jason is also pleased to have been elected by his colleagues to serve as a Director with the York Region Law Association. He considers it to be a great honour to volunteer his time, giving back to the legal community that has so enriched his life.
Jason is committed to client service and he has established himself as a fair fighter with a common sense and cost-effective approach.
University of Western Ontario, LL.B
Dalhousie University, B.A.
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
York Region Law Association
Leslie Allan obtained her law degree from Queens University. Following her call to the Bar, she joined a litigation firm in Toronto where she worked on numerous complex and challenging files.
Leslie subsequently joined a major “seven sister” firm in Toronto where she practiced securities law before settling in as in-house counsel at a “Big Four” accounting firm in Toronto, a position which she held for 10 years before joining Allan Law. As in-house counsel, Leslie was responsible for overseeing the firm’s operations across Canada.
As a real estate lawyer with Allan Law, Leslie brings to the table a strong background in law and a resume of achievement and excellence.
Queen’s University, LL.B
University of British Columbia, B.A.
Gordon Allan has retired and wound up his practice effective May 31st, 2018
Gordan Allan has had a distinguished career that spans over 44 years in various areas of the law.
Immediately following his call to the Bar, in 1974, Gordon co-founded a law firm on Bay Street in the heart of Toronto’s financial district. During those early years, Gordon built a thriving criminal law, personal injury and family law practice, eventually settling into family law as his main area of expertise.
In the early 1990s, Gordon opened a satellite office in Aurora. Shortly thereafter, he relocated his entire practice to York Region and expanded his services to include wills, estate administration and real estate.
Over the years of his practice, Gordon has acted for hundred’s of satisfied clients in Newmarket, Aurora and the surrounding community and his retirement is certainly well-earned.