Adjunct Professor

Bonnie E. Fish, L.L.B. (Osgoode Hall Law School) 1982 , D.L.S. Oxon 1986, LLM (Osgoode) 2003, called to the Ontario Bar 1984. Bonnie is the Director of Legal Research and a partner with Fogler Rubinoff LLP where she has practised since 1984. Her practise involves legal research on corporate, commercial and securities law issues in respect of civil proceedings before the Ontario Courts, the Supreme Court of Canada, and administrative tribunals. She has chaired and spoken at many conferences on legal research and lectured at the Bar Admission Course. She has published articles on various research topics, authored a chapter on Gatekeeper liability in Corporate Governance and Securities Regulation in the 21st Century (Toronto: Butterworths, 2004), developed Fish on Legal Research, a dvd for students and lawyers on the fundamentals of legal research and co-authored Using the Oppression Remedy to Resolve Family Business Disputes in the Annual Review of Civil Litigation (2016). Contact: