- Ontario (2019)
- Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University (2018) JD
- McGill University (2015) MA (English Language and Literature)
- University of Western Ontario (2011) BA (Honours with Distinction – English Language and Literature)
is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.
Mitch is as passionate about language as he is about service.
As a summer and articling student, he worked on complex commercial and professional liability matters, including multiple civil trials, application hearings, and appeals. He continues to develop a wide-ranging practice.
While in law school, Mitch sat as the Chair of the Dalhousie Student Union, worked as a teaching assistant for the Dalhousie School of Health Administration, and competed in the Phillip C. Jessup Public International Law Moot, where he was awarded Second Place Overall Individual Oralist in Canada.
Prior to his life in law, Mitch trained as an Infantry Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces, and was a SSHRC-Funded graduate researcher at McGill University in the area of post-war American Literature.
Counsel to Galway Gold Inc in an investor-state arbitration against the Republic of Columbia before the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
Counsel to a physician in a case involving a perforated bowel during a hysterectomy. The case was dismissed on consent without costs after two weeks of trial
Counsel to a limited partnership and its general partner in various proceedings contesting the sale of partnership units after the exercise of a right of first refusal.
The Advocates' Society
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
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Mitch Brown co-authored the article Law Reform: Literature should not be overlooked by lawyers which appeared in The Lawyer's Daily. The article discusses the role literature can play in improving the legal practice.
Mitch Brown authored a chapter of the publication Around 1945: Literature, Citizenship, Rights, edited by Allan Hepburn. The chapter discusses the topic of Human Rights and Postwar Internationalism in The Third Man.
Hugh MacLennon Fellowship in English
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Canadian Graduate Scholarship, McGill University
The Law Foundation of Nova Scotia Scholarship
Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University