Adjunct Professor

Michael Rosenberg, AB (Harvard, PBK, high hons), M.Phil (Cambridge, distinction), JD (Toronto, hons), called to the Bars of Ontario, and New York. After graduating from the Faculty of Law, Michael served as a law clerk to the Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada. He now practices litigation at McCarthy Tétrault, with an emphasis on class actions. Michael received the 2009 Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize for Waiving Goodbye: The rise and imminent fall of waiver of tort in Canadian class actions. He is a member of the Law Commission of Ontario's advisory committee on class action reform.  Most recently, Michael co-authored Class Actions in Canada, a leading teaching text, and Defending Class Actions in Canada, 4th ed., a widely consulted practical resource. Contact: