A native of Manitoba, Doug Turner was called to the bar in 1967, and worked as an associate and partner at various Toronto firms before becoming a Queen’s Council in 1976. Doug is also a member of the New York State Bar Association, and a former Chairman of the Canadian Bar Association. He has devoted much of his free time to his community and church.
1967-71 Associate: Blake, Cassels & Graydon, Toronto, Ontario
1972-74 Partner: Jaffary, Havrlant, Robinson, Turner & Angus, Toronto, Ontario
1975-76 Partner: Turner & Barrett, Toronto, Ontario
1976- present Independent Counsel: Douglas Turner Q.C.Professional
Former Chairman - Ontario Administrative Law Section, Canadian Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Community work has included YMCA, Hospital Foundation, Churchwarden, Modern Pentathlon
Legal counsel to Parliamentary Riding Association, Fundraising Chairman of Committee for Mayor Toronto, other political and community organizations.
Trevor Winter graduated from Osgoode Hall in 2011 and was called to the bar in 2012. Trevor articled with the Ministry of the Attorney General with rotations in the Crown Law Office Civil, the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Finance. Trevor graduated from U.O.I.T with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, Justice and Policy Studies in 2007. Prior to graduating from U.O.I.T., Trevor graduated from the Ontario Police College and worked as a police officer in Durham Region.
In 2012 Trevor began as a sole practitioner, setting up his practice in Brooklin prior to becoming a partner at Turner & Winter.
Trevor is a life time resident of Durham Region, married and raising a young family