Stanley has an enviable track record as one of Canada’s leading Construction Law authorities. His distinguished expertise in construction law is renowned by his colleagues and valued by the hundreds of clients he has represented. He is a respected mentor to young practitioners and to the profession at large. Member: Law Societies of Ontario (1969) and Alberta (1980). Appointed Queen’s Counsel, 1982. Appointed arbitrator and mediator for the ADR Program of the Counsel of Ontario Construction Association, prior consultant to Ministry of Attorney General’s Committee on Alternate Resolution of Construction Disputes. Founding Fellow/Past President of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers. Founding member of the Canadian Bar Association — Ontario Construction Law Subsection; Faculty of Continuing Legal Education in Construction Law, Osgoode Hall Law School; Chairperson — Specialty Committee for designation of Specialists in Construction Law for The Law Society of Ontario. Listed in the International Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers. Listed in The Best Lawyers in Canada under two categories: construction law and ADR (dispute resolution). Martindale-Hubbell, highest peer rating “AV” for 19 consecutive years. Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America.