Elliot joined Team Meunier Carrier as a legal assistant on a full-time basis in September 2019.
He is a graduate from the University of Waterloo with a BASc in Chemical Engineering, where he developed a technical and analytical mindset over five years of rigorous study and co-op work.
Elliot is currently a first year law student at the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law and continues to work on a casual basis with MEUNIER CARRIER LAWYERS. He will be returning to full time hours at the end of April 2021 for the summer break.
Elliot is interested in the subject of the law as it relates to balancing the interests of plaintiffs with larger and more resourceful parties. He is also captivated by opportunities to one day combine his engineering background with law to work in areas such as environmental litigation, workplace safety, and technology.
Elliot has had the opportunity to observe examinations for discovery, attend various court proceedings in the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice including trial matters as well cases before the Licence Appeal Tribunal which have provided him with insight into the work that he performs. Elliot plays an instrumental role in preparing draft executive file summaries, medical summaries, research, analysis of reconstruction reports and GPS coordinates and implemented excel spreadsheet options for calculations for damages. Elliot works closely with the lawyers and interacts with clients who suffered serious and catastrophic injuries and serves as one of the liaison team members for our client’s accident benefits cases.
Elliot partakes in the firm huddles, continuing legal education and has attended courses at the Sudbury Colloquium in 2019 and 2020. He is mentored by Jay Meunier, David Carrier and Kenneth Ciupka in his endeavours with the firm.
Through his experience with the Team at MEUNIER CARRIER LAWYERS, Elliot will continue to develop practical legal skills that will assist him in connection with his future career as a lawyer.