A passionate advocate committed to excellence in client service, Mitch is a skilled litigator determined to get results.
Mitch earned his J.D. from the University of Windsor after completing his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at McMaster University in political science.
Before coming to work for Schultz Frost, Mitch completed his articles with a prominent Insurance Defence litigation boutique in Hamilton. As a law student, he worked for the Hamilton Community Legal Clinic advocating for low-income residents in Hamilton. In school he was a student body representative, an Editor and Staff Writer for the school newspaper Headnotes, and an Editor for Windsor Law Review. His pre-law work emphasized client relations and local advocacy on issues like public health, the environment, and livable cities.
In his free time, Mitch enjoys running and weightlifting, Canadian politics, and every dog he has ever met.
Associate, Schultz Frost LLP (2018-present)
Student-at-Law, Evans Philp LLP (2017-2018)
Summer Student, Hamilton Community Legal Clinic (2016)
Year of Call: 2018
Juris Doctor J.D., University of Windsor (2017)
Master of Arts M.A. (Political Science), McMaster University (2013)
Bachelor of Arts B.A. (Political Science), McMaster University (2012)
Spadina-Fort York Federal Liberal Riding Association (2018-Present)
Headnotes Law News Quarterly (2017-2018)
Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues (2014-2016)
Law Society of Ontario
Canadian Defence Lawyers