Daniel Sommers is a problem solver who is passionate about resolving legal issues. He has focused his practice on various aspects of litigation and transactional work since he was called to the Bar and has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, as well as the Federal Court of Canada. His passion for the law is evidenced by his agile and asymmetric approach to protecting his clients.
Daniel has served in the Canadian Army Reserve as an armour officer and infantry officer, and currently serves as a reserve legal officer with the Office of the Judge Advocate General (JAG), fearlessly defending clients at courts martial.
He is an active volunteer, having worked at the executive level of a Federal riding association, and as editor in a national section of the Canadian Bar Association. He also regularly lectures on civil liberties at women's shelters and new immigrant community groups. In addition, he frequently volunteers to help the homeless, as well as Canadian military veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.