Aubrey Kauffman’s practice is focused on advocacy matters related to domestic and cross-border bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring proceedings.
Aubrey is the 2019 recipient of the Ontario Bar Association Murray Klein Award for Excellence in Insolvency Law. In addition, in 2019, he was named a Fellow of the prestigious Insolvency Institute of Canada after completing his 2nd term as a director.
A highly seasoned litigator and advisor, Aubrey has acted in many high-profile insolvency proceedings, advising a variety of stakeholders including court officers, debtors, directors and officers, creditors at all levels of the capital structure and government agencies.
Aubrey is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School, where he teaches the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Course. Aubrey was awarded the Osgoode Hall Law School Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award in recognition of teaching excellence in 2023.
A certified specialist in Bankruptcy and Insolvency and Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Upper Canada, Aubrey has been recognized by Chambers Canada, the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory and Who’s Who Legal.
Aubrey received his BCL and LLB from McGill and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1979.