Lexpert Ranked Lawyer Profile

Paul J. Pape
Barrister & Solicitor

Pape Chaudhury LLP

Paul has over 45 years of experience as both trial and appellate counsel and has acted in many cases of significance. Paul’s litigation practice focuses on complex commercial, securities, class action, professional negligence, and administrative matters, with special emphasis on appeals in these and other areas. Paul is a senior and leading member of the Ontario Bar. As Chambers Canada puts it: Chambers Canada 2016 reads: “Paul Pape is universally admired as a leading litigator in the province.” “He is the best appellate lawyer in Ontario,” one client enthused, while another added: “His oral advocacy is supreme — when he speaks, the judge listens.” Chambers Canada 2017 reads: “Founding partner Paul Pape is renowned for his skills in appellate advocacy. He is described by sources as 'a huge name' who is “legendary and very well respected.” Pape is widely acknowledged as “one of the go-to appeals lawyers in the city.” Chambers Canada 2018 reads: “The 'excellent' Paul Pape boasts considerable expertise in contentious business matters and is especially well versed in appellate litigation across corporate, class action, securities and professional negligence disputes.”

Year Called to the Bar:1971 (ON)
150 York St, Suite 1701
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 364-8765
Fax: (416) 364-8855
E-mail: paul@papechaudhury.com

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