Russell Durward

Russell Durward

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” – Nelson Mandela

Graduating from the University of Toronto in 2013 with a Joint Honours degree, with Highest Distinction, in Classics and Classical Civilization, it all culminated into a 2018 J.D. from Queen’s University. Russell Durward joined MOON ROZIER LPC as a Student-At-Law in 2019. Russell’s time at Queen’s Law was filled with a focus on litigation and criminal law. Russell also participated in the Queen’s University Criminal Law Club and Queen’s VIS Moot Team. He volunteered with the Pro Bono Students Canada in their Refugee Legal Education Program, providing information on the Canadian criminal law system to newly deemed refugees from around the world.
During his third year of law school, Russell joined the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic, providing legal assistance to inmates at local regional Institutions, which included representation at disciplinary court proceedings and Parole Board of Canada hearings. Interested in the greater applications and implications of criminal law, Russell also studied International Criminal Law at Queen’s and interned at Global Affairs Canada in Ottawa, exposing him to the global and political nuances of criminal law and subsequent effects. Combined with reading fantasy novels or playing video games, Russell can always be found trekking in the woods, enjoying the rural life, swimming and boating in his spare time.

Contact Russell Durward

Address County Court Law Chambers
201 County Court Boulevard, Suite 602,
Brampton, ON L6W 4L2
We are open Hours: 9:00-5:00 Mon-Fri
Phone 905-866-6449
Fax 800-780-0891
Phone: 905-866-6449
Fax: 800-780-0891
County Court Law Chambers
201 County Court Boulevard, Suite 602
Brampton, ON L6W 4L2

COVID-19 Notice

Due to the rapid onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ontario, MOON ROZIER LPC has adjusted its mode of operations so as to keep all counsel and staff safe, while at the same time, provide the necessary services that our clientele have come to expect from us. To that end:

  1. While the Chambers is closed to visitors, because we are an ‘essential workplace’ as defined by the Government of Ontario, the Firm is still operative.
  2. Collect calls from Detention Centres or other custodial institutions from current or new clients will still be accepted at the rate of one (1) per day per client.
  3. There will be at least one lawyer present each business day at the Chambers between the hours of 9:00AM – 4:00PM, to whom any current or new client may speak with.
  4. After hours, the office line will be forwarded to a Senior counsel, who again, will accept collect calls from current and new clients.
  5. While both the Superior Court and the Ontario Court have suspended most operations, they are still open to conduct bail hearings and bail reviews. MOON ROZIER will have counsel available to conduct such proceedings so as to secure the liberty of any and all of our clients whenever possible.