Dani Frodis

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Since being admitted to the Bar of Ontario in 1993, Dani Frodis has concentrated his professional practice on all aspects of family law and the defence of negligence claims against lawyers. Before forming his own boutique family law firm in 1998, Dani was an associate at Epstein Cole.

Dani received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto in 1988 and his law degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1991.

Since being admitted to the Bar of Ontario in 1993, Dani’s practice has concentrated on all aspects of family law and the defence of negligence claims against lawyers.

Before forming his own boutique family law firm in 1998, Dani was an associate at Epstein, Cole. Dani was an instructor at the Law Society of Ontario’s Bar Admission Course teaching legal writing and drafting and professional responsibility from 1997, and family law from 1999.

Dani has authored numerous papers published by the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of Ontario, and has spoken at numerous continuing legal education conferences and seminars. Dani has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario and more than 85 cases have been reported in which he has appeared as counsel, several of which are important precedents that have clarified or advanced the law concerning various issues.

Dani serves as a Dispute Resolution Officer at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Toronto and Newmarket.

Education

  • University of Western Ontario, LL.B., 1991
  • University of Toronto, B.Sc., 1988

Bar Admission

  • Ontario, 1993

Associations

  • DRO, Instructor, Law Society of Ontario Bar Admission Course