Paul Michell’s practice focuses on complex corporate commercial litigation and arbitration, shareholder and fraud litigation, civil appeals and judicial review. He has particular expertise in arbitration and arbitration-related court proceedings, private international law matters, and lawyers’ conflicts of interest. He has extensive experience at all levels in the Ontario and Federal Courts and the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as before a variety of administrative and arbitral tribunals. Paul served as a Law clerk to Justice Gonthier of the Supreme Court of Canada, and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is an adjunct professor at University of Toronto's Faculty of Law, where he has taught international commercial arbitration for over a decade. He has been appointed as an arbitrator, and as a presiding officer under the Competition Act. Paul is a co-Chair of the University Tribunal at the University of Toronto and has been ranked as a leading lawyer for arbitration or commercial litigation by Benchmark Canada, Chambers Canada, Lexpert®, and Who’s Who Legal: Canada, and was named a “Canadian Litigation Lawyer to Watch” in 2007 and one of Canada’s “Rising Stars: 40 Leading Lawyers Under 40”in 2006 by Lexpert®.