Project Description

Terry Romaniuk

Terry completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Hons.) from Laurention University in Sudbury and received his J.D. degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. Terry was called to the bar in June of 2012.

At Osgoode, Terry was his first-year class representative in the student government, along with getting involved with the environmental and animal law associations. Towards the end of his legal education, Terry also competed in mooting competitions and was a research assistant to one of his Professors.

Terry was first brought to Lancaster, Brooks & Welch (LBW) as a summer student in between his second and third year at Osgoode, was retained by the firm to complete his articling term. During his time at Osgoode and while a “student” at LBW, Terry was exposed to all areas of practice but has found the work involved in the corporate and commercial practice areas to provide him with both the challenge and the personal enjoyment that he is looking for in his career as a lawyer.

Immediately after being called to the bar in 2012, Terry assumed the responsibility of the not-for-profit corporate portfolio at LBW, working with a number of high-profile not-for-profit corporations in the Region, reviewing and amending their by-laws and other constating documents to conform with the pending Provincial legislation and the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010. Terry has parlayed this focus at LBW into giving talks to groups of not-for-profit corporate personnel and writing a series of articles for a not-for-profit industry publication.

Terry has put this theory into practice as well, being named to several not-for-profit Boards of Directors in the Niagara Region.

Terry is now retained by the firm Martens Lingard LLP.

Core Services

  • Corporate & Commercial Law
  • Corporate Governance
  • Ontario Not-For-Profit Act
  • Charitable Status

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