Daniel Pearlman practises in all areas of business law, with a particular focus on bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring. He joined our Toronto office as a summer student in 2010 and as an articling student in 2011 and 2012. During his articles, Mr. Pearlman completed a secondment with the law group at the Royal Bank of Canada, where he gained valuable experience working on a variety of matters.
A bronze medalist at Osgoode Hall Law School, Mr. Pearlman also finished first in his second-year class and received awards for highest standing in bankruptcy and insolvency law, and commercial law. While in law school, Mr. Pearlman participated in an exchange program in Jerusalem focusing on international law and was co-president of the Osgoode Entertainment and Sports Law Association.
Year of call
J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2011
B.A., Dalhousie University, 2008
Rankings and recognitions
- Bronze Medal, Osgoode Hall Law Schoool
- Bruce Leonard Prize in Insolvency Studies
- Thorsteinssons Prize in Taxation of Business Enterprises
- McCarthy Tetrault Prize for top standing among second-year students
- Davies Ward Phillips and Vineberg Prize in Business Associations, Taxation Law and Commercial Law
- Lang Michener Prize in Commercial Law
- Sir James A Mackinnon Entrance Scholarship
Memberships and activities
- Canadian Bar Association
- Ontario Bar Association
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Turnaround Management Association
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