Keith Taller is a graduate of York University’s Departments of Psychology and Political Science and Osgoode Hall Law School. He articled at the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, where he practiced for a further two years as Counsel at the seconded legal services branch of the Family Responsibility Office. There he gained experience litigating numerous contested proceedings at the Ontario Court of Justice, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Family Court of the Superior Court of Justice, and the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Following this, he carried his advocacy experience into the private sector, where he practiced civil litigation for several years. He also worked for the City Solicitor’s Office at the City of Hamilton, where he advised and represented the City in civil litigation, public health, and bylaw enforcement matters.
Keith is currently employed in the Policy, Research, and External Relations Division of Legal Aid Ontario, a publicly funded non-profit corporation which provides legal services to low-income individuals. He is currently completing the Master of Public Administration Program at Queen’s University. He has taught in the LL.M. program’s Civil Litigation and Administrative Law, Business Associations, and Advanced Contracts classes since 2016.