Leo AdlerAdler Bytensky Prutschi Shikhman: Criminal Litigation5000 Yonge StreetSuite 1708Toronto, Ontario M2N 7E9, Canada
International Criminal, Criminal and Quasi-Criminal Law (serving all of Canada)
BioLeo Adler graduated from McGill University ('70) and Osgoode Hall Law School ('73). While in law school, he was co-author of a study of Canadian Police. He was also Special Project Director in the Ontario Attorney-General Ministry. Since his Call to the Bar, he has written, spoken, lectured and appeared on media and at numerous universities, conferences and panels on criminal justice issues. Leo is an Adjunct Professor teaching International Criminal Law and coaches the most successful moot team at the annual International Criminal Court competition. In 2005, he was appointed by the Canadian Government to the Cross Cultural Roundtable on National Security as part of the on-going review and analysis of Canada's National Security Policy. Leo has appeared at courts throughout Canada, up to the Supreme Court. He has handled, and consulted with U.S. and other foreign counsel in, a variety of Canadian and international criminal and quasi-criminal cases.