Colin A. Marshall

Associate

Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Employment Litigation, Insurance Defence, Personal Injury Litigation

Contact

T: 613-237-0520 x279 F: 613-237-3163
cmarshall@williamslitigation.ca
Called To The Bar: 2019

Colin A. Marshall

Assistant

Richard Lee
T: 613-237-0520 x285
rlee@williamslitigation.ca

Born and raised in New Brunswick, Colin joins Williams Litigation Lawyers as an Associate after successfully completing his Articles with the firm.

Before law school, Colin attended the University of New Brunswick where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts with Joint Honours in History and Political Science. He obtained his Juris Doctor Degree at the University of Ottawa after deciding to move to the Nation’s Capital to explore new and exciting opportunities.

During his Articles, Colin represented clients in a number of matters before the Ontario Small Claims Court and the Ontario Superior Court in his capacity as an Articling Student.  Before joining Williams Litigation as an Articling Student, Colin had the pleasure of working for a small employment and labour law boutique in Ottawa, as well as general practice firm in Moncton, New Brunswick. He has also assisted an Arbitrator of the Sports Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada and represented the University of Ottawa teams at the Tulane National Baseball Arbitration Competition and the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada.

Colin has worked on various matters and disputes ranging from employment and labour litigation to insurance defence litigation, personal injury, administrative review and commercial litigation. In every case, Colin looks out for the client’s best interests and actively pursues the greatest resolution for clients.

Colin is interested in all things sports related: an avid golfer, Colin had the pleasure of representing his home province at the Canadian Junior Boys Golf Championships and was a member of the University of Ottawa Mens Golf Team during law school. When not on the golf course, Colin can be found immersed in all things Toronto Maple Leafs, or exploring antique shops with his lovely fiancée.