Adjunct Professor

Kenneth Jull, graduate of University of Toronto (Victoria College) 1978, Osgoode Hall Law School, (LL.B., 1981) (LL.M., 1985). Partner at Gardiner Roberts LLP.

Co-author of Profiting From Risk Management and Compliance (Thomson Reuters 2023). Co-Author is the Honourable Todd Archibald. Mr. Jull is listed as a Thomson Reuters Stand Out lawyer for 2024.

Mr. Jull conducts internal investigations and litigates disputes which have a compliance component. This risk and compliance practice spans a spectrum of diverse subject areas ranging from serious criminal offences such as bribery and price fixing to regulatory standards in areas such as the environment, telecommunications, marketing, commercial law and mergers and acquisitions review. As part of risk management, Mr. Jull provides advice to organizations with respect to a due diligence matrix for compliance. The matrix is based on a mathematical model which incorporates new behavioral research.

Mr. Jull has litigated cases at all levels of Courts including the Supreme Court of Canada and Courts of Appeals in areas including constitutional and tax law, telecommunications, securities oppression, environmental offences, misleading/deceptive advertising and civil/criminal fraud.

With respect to the SNC-Lavalin affair, Mr. Jull gave evidence as an expert on remediation agreements before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights, which was referred to by the Ethics Commissioner in his report.

In 2016 to 2018, Mr. Jull was on an interchange with the Competition Bureau Legal Services in Ottawa in the position of General Counsel.

In addition to being an adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Mr. Jull teaches at the Schulich School of Business, Executive Education Centre, York University in both the open enrollment and custom programs and is part of the graduate faculty of Osgoode Hall Law School in the part time LL.M. programme. Mr. Jull is listed in the Who’s Who Legal-Canada Report 2022, Business Crime Defence.