Lindsay Daviau, who practises with the Toronto firm Rosen & Company Barristers, focuses on criminal, administrative and constitutional law.
She graduated from the University of Guelph before earning her Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2005. Ms. Daviau was called to the Ontario Bar in 2006.
Practising as a trial and appellate lawyer in criminal, regulatory and discipline law, Ms. Daviau has appeared before all levels of court, including the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the British Columbia Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of Canada.
She has defended clients in disciplinary proceedings before the Law Society of Ontario and has handled both prosecution and defence in disciplinary proceedings at the College of Nurses of Ontario.
Ms. Daviau has acted as an intervener for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and for the Criminal Lawyers’ Association in appeals before the Supreme Court of Canada.
In addition to her practice, Ms. Daviau acts as duty counsel with the Pro Bono Inmate Appeal Program at the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
She has been a guest lecturer at various institutions including the University of Windsor Law School.
Ms. Daviau is a member of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, contributing to its newsletter, For the Defence, as well as appearing as a panellist at the annual fall conference.