Stephen Birman graduated from the University of Toronto law school in 2007.
After practising with a commercial law firm in Toronto, Stephen joined Thomson, Rogers as an Associate in 2009, where his practice has focused largely on class actions and personal injury litigation.
Stephen frequently helps victims of car accidents, slip and falls and sexual abuse advance personal injury claims. Stephen prides himself in his ability to help clients understand and feel informed and in control throughout the various stages of the litigation process.
Stephen has worked extensively with residential school survivors and helped survivors advance compensation claims under Canada’s largest class action settlement.
Stephen is currently the Vice-Chair of the Community Head Injury Resource Services – an organisation that provides services to improve the quality of life of persons living with an acquired brain injury.
Stephen is an avid tennis player and follower of all things related to Canadian Sports. When out of the office, Stephen enjoys spending time with his wife, son and daughter.
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), Queen’s University, 2004
Juris Doctorate, University of Toronto, 2007