Kenneth Hare

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BA (Hon), MES (York), LLB (Osgoode)

Bachelor of Arts, honours degree (Urban Studies & Geography), and a Master in Environmental Studies (Land Use Planning & Development) from York University. Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School.

Past Chair (2004-05) of the Municipal Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association. Member of The Advocates’ Society, Ontario Professional Planners Institute, Canadian Institute of Planners, American Planning Association, and the Urban Land Institute.

Teaches Land Use Planning Law and supervises theses for students at York University. Completed requirements for the University Teaching Practicum at York University. A speaker at legal conferences and has published articles on municipal and planning law.

Involved in a wide range of municipal and planning matters, with a focus on land use appeals before the Ontario Municipal Board. Also appeared before courts, municipal councils and other bodies.

Currently employed at the Ministry of the Attorney General, Legal Services Branch – Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing in the Planning Law Section. Previously worked in private practice, and as in-house solicitor at regional and local municipalities.

Tel: (416) 585-6404