Licensed Paralegal - Partner
Mr. Gobin is internationally trained in law. He received his initial Paralegal Certificate from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He then obtained a Bachelor of Science degree which included studies in criminal justice and commercial law from Excelsior College in New York, and a law degree with honours from the University of London, England in 2013.
Subsequently, Mr. Gobin obtained a Paralegal Graduate Certificate from Durham College and an Immigration Consultant Certificate with honours from Humber College, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Canon Law from the University of Ottawa. He is currently a candidate for a Master of Laws degree in Canadian Common Law at Osgoode Hall Law School.
From 2010 to 2016, Mr. Gobin worked for Kelly/Warner, PLLC as its Senior Legal Researcher, where he focused on international civil litigation under the supervision of American attorneys as well as Internet and privacy law, with a particular emphasis on intellectual property and defamation law. From 2012 to 2015, he was a director of Snapterms LLC, a legal document preparation company which prepared Terms of Service and privacy policies for Internet-based businesses.
In 2015, he became a licensed paralegal in the Province of Ontario. From 2016 until the formation of Gobin & Leyenson LLP in 2017, Mr. Gobin was an associate of Swords Law LLP, where he focused on civil litigation, provincial offences matters, and administrative law issues before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, Ministry of Labour, and various municipal committees. He is a former member of the Town of Whitby's Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee, which regulates lands under the Ontario Heritage Act, and is very familiar with legal conflicts between property owners and municipalities.
Mr. Gobin focuses on civil litigation in the Small Claims Court, administrative law relating to employment law and discrimination, and provincial offences matters, including municipal by-law and traffic charges.
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