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R. Grant Inglis

Grant received his under-graduate degree in 1970 from the University of Western Ontario. He attended graduate school at the University of New Brunswick in 1971 and entered Dalhousie Law School, now known as the Schulich School of Law, in 1971, graduating in 1974.


He articled with the London law firm of Robarts, Betts, McLennan and Flinn in 1975, attended the Bar Course in Toronto in 1976 and was called to the Bar in 1976.


In 1976, he joined the firm of McLennan, Flinn and Driesman (formerly Robarts, Betts, McLennan and Flinn), which in time merged with and became known as McLennan, Wright.

In 1986, he joined the firm of Shepherd, McKenzie and continued with that firm until 1991. In 1991, he became a partner of Plaxton, Little which, in turn, became Little, Parker & Inglis and now is known as Little, Inglis, Price & Ewer.
 Areas of Practice

Grant has been involved as general counsel for many organizations, both profit corporations and not for profit corporations. He has acted as advisor for various Conservation Authorities and is recognized in the areas of corporate/commercial and in business law, which form a substantial basis of his practice. His experience has touched all aspects of law and as such, he is capable of giving a broad range of advice to his clients. He obtained a mediation certificate from the University of Windsor.

Grant’s concentration is now focussed on the aspects of corporate/commercial and business law, as well as the areas of development, wills and trusts and estate matters. He has been retained as independent counsel to provide advice and services to various firms in attempting to resolve corporate and shareholder disputes and issues. As a result of his exposure to many aspects of corporate/commercial and business needs, he continues to act as general advisor to many corporations and organizations, both in the profit and not for profit sectors.


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