Alex Wolfe

Alex joined Legate in 2010 as a medical-legal researcher, law clerk, and project manager before leaving in 2014 to attend law school. Following graduation, Alex returned as an articling student in 2016 and became an Associate in 2017.

Alex is a strong advocate and an important member of his clients’ rehabilitation team. He knows that injuries can affect everyone differently and uses an individualized approach to assess how his clients’ lifestyles are being affected now and into the future. Alex has the ability to identify the important issues and evidence in any personal injury case and understands the amount of effort, commitment, and dedication required to ensure his clients receive full compensation for their injuries.

Accomplished Law Student

Alex finished near the top of his class and graduated Magna Cum Laude. While a student, he received awards in Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure, and Mock Trial Competitions while working as a teaching assistant, research associate, and student lawyer.

Engaged in
Community Athletics

Alex brings the work ethic, leadership, and focus that he developed as a collegiate and professional football player to the courtroom and the negotiation table. Alex played defensive line for the Waterloo Warriors and played professionally in France before finding his true passion – coaching. He helped guide the 2012 A.B. Lucas Vikings to an OFSAA football championship and currently coaches defensive line for the London Beefeaters.

Education

Called to the Ontario bar in 2017
Juris Doctor, Magnum Cum Laude, Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2016
B.A. Sociology, University of Waterloo, 2010

Associations

  • Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
  • The Advocates Society
  • Middlesex Law Association

Community Involvement

Coordinator, Art Battle Canada, London, 2018
Football coach for the London Beefeaters 2013, 2017, 2018
Volunteer Baker at the Ronald McDonald House
Family Law Assistance Project Law Clinic. Oakland County Circuit Court, Pontiac, Michigan. Summer, 2016
Former high school football coach (A.B. Lucas, Central S.S)
Former “Gutsy Walk” Planning Committee Member (2012-2014) for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada

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