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Corey Steinberg

Corey D. Steinberg is from Toronto, and is called to the Bars of British Columbia (2001) and Ontario (2006). He is a general litigator who has appeared at all levels of Court in both provinces, focusing on commercial litigation and defamation, but with experience in many other areas.

In addition to extensive courtroom experience, Corey has practiced before the Ontario Human Rights Commission, and an array of tribunals; including the Ontario College of Financial Planners, Ontario College of Physiotherapists, Liberal Party of Canada Honour Court, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Newfoundland & Labrador, Secretariat of York University, and many others. He has also participated in numerous mediations and a considerable variety of other proceedings.

Corey has co-authored and published two books on legal procedure: Procedural Strategies for Litigators (2nd Edition: LexisNexis 2007) and Discovery: Principles and Practice in Canadian Common Law (2nd Edition: CCH 2009) as well as many articles on various legal topics. He was also among a small group at the University of British Columbia who created Canada`s first law school course in Internet Law. He taught a course for the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (2006-2007) and has lectured on law to various other groups.

Corey obtained his Master of Arts in Philosophy of Law from Carleton University in 1996, and Bachelor of Laws from Queen's University in 2000.

Corey is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Law Society of BC, Canadian Bar Association, Vancouver Bar Association, and Trial Lawyers Association of BC. He is also general counsel to Whistler Animals Galore (W.A.G.) the York Region Anti-Bullying Coalition, and other community-based groups.

Corey left Whistler in 2006 to practice in Toronto, but after four years returned in 2010 to re-engage in a local practice in his home community. Outside of work, Corey enjoys snowboarding, rock-climbing, and SCUBA-diving.


Corey Steinberg