What my clients say

"We truly appreciate the diligent effort made by you to keep this matter moving forward to conclusion. Once again, thank you for your assistance!"

"He is a gifted lawyer and a genuine pleasure to work with. Bryan was extremely helpful in guiding us through the process and in closing all of the properties with ease."

"Bryan went above and beyond to ensure we were informed and included in all decisions and next steps."

"We feel very fortunate to have found Bryan to assist us with the estate dealings. We would highly recommend Bryan to friends and family."

Bryan
Thaw

Bryan Thaw is an associate lawyer at Nelligan Law and a member of the firm’s Real Estate and Development Practice Group.

In the world of law, there is an unspoken rule about how one must present themself.

The idea of forming a deeper connection with a client is sometimes viewed as being unprofessional. I take an opposite stance. I think that to truly form a lasting relationship with a client, we need to be able to be our true selves.

I don’t want you to come to me because I have more letters beside my name than I can throw a shoe at. I want you to come to me because you can trust that I have your best interest at heart, and that I will work tirelessly to get you the best possible outcome. I want you to walk away feeling like you were part of a team, that I fervently advocated for you, and that you can always count on me to guide you through your legal issues.

While my role is to remove the emotion out of the legal issue, that doesn’t mean I have to remove the emotion out of the relationship.

So, if you are looking for a real estate lawyer who can help you with your residential, commercial, development and real estate financing transactions, then look no further; I am just a phone call or email away.

Education
  • Call to the Ontario Bar (2016)
  • LL.M., Osgoode Hall Law School (2015)
  • LL.B., University of Leicester, England (2014)
  • B. Political Science, Carleton University (2012)
Professional Activities and Organizations
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association

Authored Posts

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Real Estate and Development
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Force Majeure and Real Estate Transactions
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