January 21, 2021
Remote via ZOOM
Darryl has spent 27 years as a civil litigator (although he looks much younger). He divides his practice between plaintiff personal injury cases, commercial litigation, and class actions.
Darryl speaks and writes publicly about his personal story about overcoming addiction, including nationally in the Globe and Mail, National Post, CBC Radio One, and Newstalk 1010. He is the monthly Wellness Columnist for The Lawyers’ Daily. He has talked about his lived experiences for, among others: Federation of Law Societies of Canada; Law Society of Ontario; Advocates’ Society; Ontario Bar Association; Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers; Federation of Ontario Law Associations; various local law associations; several Bay Street law firms; Osgoode Hall Law School; and Markham Stouffville Hospital.
Within the profession, he serves on the Boards of the Osgoode Hall Alumni Association and the York Region Law Association (where he chairs the Civil Litigation Committee), as well as the advocacy committee of the Toronto Lawyers’ Association. He has recently taught professional ethics and advocacy as an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School and as a mentor at Ryerson University’s Law Practice Program.
He is an active peer volunteer with the Law Society’s Members Assistance Program. He frequently acts as Pro Bono Law Ontario duty counsel at the Toronto Small Claims Court, Civil Practice Court in the Superior Court in Toronto, and the Court of Appeal. He is also pro bono duty counsel at the Law Society Tribunal.
For more information, check out his personal website at darrylsinger.com.