BA (McGill), JD (Queen’s)
David Carter completed his JD law degree at Queen’s University, which included a certificate in International Public Law at Herstmonceaux Castle, in East Sussex, England. Before attending Queen’s, Mr. Carter received a BA from McGill University with a double major in Economics and History.
Mr. Carter has participated in multiple legal moots (litigation competitions), including the 2010 Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna, where he received an Honourable Mention for Best Individual Oralist out of over a thousand competitors.
After completing his law degree, Mr. Carter worked at a major law firm in downtown Toronto where he gained experience in various complex commercial matters, both from the transactional and litigation perspective. He has worked on simple and multifaceted commercial litigation claims. His experience has been focused in condominium and real property law, wills & estates law, personal injury law, human rights law, tax litigation and labour and employment law.
Mr. Carter also enjoys teaching and mentoring and worked prior to practicing law as a teacher for Kaplan Prep Test, preparing and teaching various courses and seminars on the Law School Acceptance Test. He was chosen as Kaplan’s featured LSAT instructor for the City of Montreal.