Mark H. Arnold practices law exclusively in Civil Litigation. He has extensive experience in litigating condominium and commercial issues, real estate disputes, construction lien cases, personal injury matters and employment law. He has appeared as counsel at all court levels, to and including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Mark’s background includes instructing in the area of Civil Trial Practice for the Law Society of Upper Canada in its annual Bar Admission Course. He is a member of the Civil Litigation Section of the Ontario Bar Association and the Canadian Bar Association. He is actively involved with international human rights and issues relating to torture, including working with non-governmental organizations on law reform.
Mark obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Sir George Williams University in Montreal and a Master of Arts degree in sociology from the University of Manitoba. He attended Dalhousie Law School in Halifax, Nova Scotia and obtained an LL.B. in 1983. He also attended Osgoode Hall Law School and graduated in 1999 with a Master of Laws degree in commercial litigation and alternate dispute resolution. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and a past member of the Nova Scotia Barristers Society. Mark is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a “Specialist in Civil Litigation”.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mark was a college teacher in Montreal, Charlottetown and Halifax. Early in his career, Mark was the first Executive Director for the Prince Edward Island Human Rights Commission. He also worked for CBC Radio in Charlottetown as a freelance broadcaster and storyteller.
When he is not practising law, Mark is an avid sportsman. He spends his summer months cycling the back roads of Ontario and rafting and kayaking the lakes and rivers of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia. During the winter months he enjoys jogging the back roads of Toronto. Mark was a member of the Canadian National Track and Field Team during his student days and competed for Canada in the Pan American Games. He was ranked as one of the top three sprinters in Canada.
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