Alan Wainwright, Barrister & Solicitor

Brampton Criminal Law Lawyer

30 Topflight Drive, Suite 5

Mississauga, ON

L5S 0A8


Phone: (905) 453-9520
Fax: (905) 450-7842
E-Mail: awainwright@bellnet.ca



Over 30 years of experience before the Courts including

Appeals Drug Offences
Theft Assault
Fraud Sexual Assault
Bail Hearings Impaired Driving (Over 80)

Practice restricted to Criminal Law


Academic History

Alan Wainwright has been a lawyer since 1971. After attending Upper Canada College in Toronto and Trinity College School in Port Hope, he obtained his undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Western Ontario and graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1969. He articled on Bay Street in Toronto with the firm of Blaney, Pasternak, Smela, Watson and Eagleson and was called to the bar of Ontario in 1971.


Memberships

Mr. Wainwright is a member in good standing with the following institutions: 


Career History

From 1971 to 1975 he was employed by the firm of Bigelow, Hendy & Shire as a Barrister and Solicitor, but mainly doing Solicitors work encompassing real estate, corporate, commercial, wills and estates and some court work.

In 1975 Alan Wainwright opened a law practice in Brampton in the Queens Square Building on Queen Street specializing in criminal law. Since 1980 his practice has been restricted to criminal law and was located at 284 Queen St., East in Brampton when he commenced to share office space with the firm of Tannahill, Lockhart & Clark. Then in 1987 he moved to 2 County Court Blvd., Suite 200, Brampton. In 2008 he moved to his present location.

Since restricting his practice to criminal law he has handled a multitude of almost every type of criminal case including murder, attempted murder, manslaughter, rape, sexual assault, drug offences, theft, fraud, assault and impaired driving.


Personal Life

Mr. Wainwright is married, has 3 daughters in their early 30's and four grandchildren. He presently resides in Brampton.


Philosophy

"Mr. Wainwright is passionately committed to preserving the freedoms of the individual as enshrined in the Constitution, the paramount Law of Canada and to the golden thread that runs through all our criminal law and emanating from British justice......the presumption of innocence." 

  


Copyright 2016, Alan B. Wainwright