Practice Highlights

Pouya Dabiran-Zohoory is a municipal lawyer at Thomson Rogers. His practice consists of complex litigation involving land use planning and environmental law before tribunals and courts, as well as municipal law. Prior to working at Thomson Rogers, Pouya summered and articled at the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General, where he worked on a variety of litigation before various levels of court in Canada, as well as advisory work. His work consisted of, among other things, environmental law, commercial litigation, Indigenous rights and title, natural resources projects, and land-use projects. Pouya graduated from McGill’s Faculty of Law, where he worked on various research projects related to litigation, sustainability and ESG metrics. Pouya is also proficient in French.

Education

  • Bachelor of Civil Law & Juris Doctorate, McGill University, Faculty of Law (2019)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (with distinction), Ryerson University, Ted Rogers School of Management (2016)
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