Benji Stern

Benji is a reliable and hardworking litigator.

He began developing his passion for oral and written advocacy at Western Law, where he competed in various moot court competitions and worked in the legal clinic. He also served as the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Western Journal of Legal Studies. Benji’s focus and attention to detail minimized errors and ensured tasks were completed on time. He brings these same qualities to his legal practice. Before attending law school, Benji sharpened his research skills with his physiology and biology degree. 

As a lawyer, Benji works diligently to achieve an early resolution for his clients. Nevertheless, he will confidently appear in court when necessary. Benji has argued contested motions before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Prior to joining the firm, Benji completed his articles at another leading insurance defence firm in Toronto, where he gained extensive litigation experience.

When not practicing law, Benji can be found on the slopes, planning his next canoe trip, or enjoying live music. He also enjoys running, and is hoping that by publishing this fact, he will motivate himself to maintain his current fitness routine.


Benji earned a B.Sc. in Physiology and Biology and JD from the University of Western Ontario.


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