Spencer joined Tevlin Gleadle Curtis as an articled student. Following his Call to the Bar, Spencer joined the firm and is excited to continue his work with Tevlin Gleadle Curtis.
Spencer has already gained a great deal of experience in the courtroom and before administrative tribunals. During his articles, Spencer assisted on four Supreme Court cases, involving a total of 19 days in court. Spencer has also appeared as lead-counsel in a number of Provincial Court matters and before a variety of administrative tribunals, including the Employment Standards Branch, the Human Rights Tribunal and the Health Professions Review Board.
Spencer obtained his legal degree from Queen’s University. During law school Spencer volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada to help financially disadvantaged clients with family law matters, obtaining a successful result in three cases. This experience provided him with a foundational understanding of how to address client needs while efficiently moving a case towards resolution. In his final year of law school Spencer was awarded the course prize in Refugee Law and competed nationally in the Walsh Cup negotiation competition.
When Spencer is not in the office you can find him playing his guitar, or out hiking or snowboarding on the North Shore.