Alexander Steele is an associate in our Municipal Law Group in Toronto. He maintains a planning and development law practice, which includes providing advice and advocacy with respect to planning approvals and municipal law, as well as other administrative and regulatory matters.
Alexander received his JD from the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University in 2017. During law school, he volunteered with a community legal clinic, worked as a legal research assistant, and was involved in several moot competitions. Alexander was awarded the Queen’s Law Prize in Negotiation. In his final year at Queen’s, Alexander participated in an international exchange to the University of Hong Kong.
Prior to studying law, Alexander obtained his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science (Honours) from Queen’s University. While completing his undergraduate degree, he was a member and later a coach, of the Queen’s rowing team. Prior to law school, he worked as a geophysical analyst for a small oil and gas company in Calgary, Alberta.
Alexander is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association, and the Ontario Bar Association.