SENIOR COUNSEL AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AT MATTIS LAW PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION AND PARTNER IN ZHU & MATTIS LLP.
Maurice Mattis is the (lead counsel) and founder of Mattis Law's Professional Corporation. In (YEAR), Maurice Mattis achieved a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from the University of Technology, Jamaica. Following this accomplishment, in (year) Maurice obtained a Law degree from the University of the West Indies in Barbados. Maurice had been a Crown Counsel Advocate in Toronto, and he was also the Superintendent of the Jamaican Police before moving to Canada in 2006. Maurice has been practicing law since 2006 and is one of the most respected lawyers in the Greater Toronto Area.
He has successfully defended many serious cases at the Superior Court of Justice, and at the Ontario Court of Justice. Over time, Mattis Law Professional Corporation has grown to offer Family Law, Civil Law and Real Estate practices. Maurice's passion for Law and his unrelenting vision of establishing one of Canada's most respected Law Firms has earned him and his Law team a reputation of being efficient, knowledgeable, and always providing strong litigation skills. All of these attributes are reflected in the care and keen interest that Mattis Law's Professional Corporation dedicates in liberating the lives of each client who are always regarded as the purpose for the diligent and hard work that is accomplished.
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