Adjunct Professor

Mark Selick, B.A. (McGill) 1977, LL.B. (Osgoode) 1980, called to the Bar of Ontario in 1982, is a senior counsel at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, where his practice has focused on securitization and equipment leasing.  In the securitization area, Mark has acted on numerous domestic and cross-border securitization transactions, representing, among others, sellers, conduits, rating agencies, servicers, issuers and investment bankers.  He has experience in virtually all of the asset classes securitized in Canada, including trade receivables, credit cards, equipment and vehicle leases, commercial and residential mortgages, and floor plan receivables.  Mark has also been involved in various aspects of equipment and auto leasing, from basic small ticket leasing programs to complex structured lease arrangements. Mark has written and spoken on securitization, secured transactions, anti money laundering legislation, opinions and e-commerce issues, and taught commercial law at Osgoode Hall as an adjunct professor. Contact: