LLB (Osgoode), of the Bar of Ontario
Boris Bytensky received his LL.B from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1991. He was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1993 and is now a partner at Adler, Bytensky, Prutschi, Shikhman. He has conducted both criminal and civil trials and appeals at all levels of Court in Ontario, with a primary focus on criminal defence trial work.
Mr. Bytensky is an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School (Trial Advocacy) and has taught that course since 2000. He is also a regular guest lecturer and placement mentor at Osgoode’s Intensive Programme in Criminal Law. He is currently a member of the Provincial Justice on Target Expert Advisory Committee on Bail. A long-time member of the Ontario Criminal Lawyers Association (CLA), Mr. Bytensky recently served two terms on the CLA’s seven member executive, and is currently a Toronto Director and member of its Governing Body. He has also served as the CLA’s representative on various Bench and Bar committees in the Greater Toronto Area. He is also a three-time past President of the Downsview Community Legal Services legal aid clinic.