Paul M. Cooper
Paul M. Cooper received his Bachelor of Arts, Hons., in Economics and International Finance. He was a member of the 100th Graduation Class of Osgoode Hall Law School. Mr. Cooper also spent a summer term at Oxford University studying International Law at St. Edmund Hall. Paul has since practiced law in Canada for 18 years. Paul was also the editor of 1996 Milligans Correlated Criminal Code.
Mr. Cooper's practice has been restricted to Criminal Law and the defence of Regulatory matters. From 1995-2000 he appeared as a Standing Agent for the Department of Justice of Canada, prosecuting federal laws under numerous acts, including both drug and tax prosecutions.
Mr. Cooper has been met with success as a trial lawyer in both the Provincial and Superior Court. In addition, Paul M. Cooper has successfully appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada.
Mr. Cooper's wide range of legal expertise spans a number of Criminal Code infractions including impaired driving, theft, assault and murder. He is also well versed in handling matters pertaining to the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Mr. Cooper has defended drug offences under NCA, FDA, and CDSA, as well as Regulatory Offences under the Tax Act, the Environmental Protection Act and the Labour Act.
With a plethora of knowledge, a confident demeanor, and a thorough approach to business, Paul M. Cooper will provide you with your best defence.
In 2015, Paul was elected to be a bencher for the Central East Region. He thanks everyone who supported him and looks forward to making positive changes for the legal community.
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