Steven Skurka is an experienced trial lawyer practicing in Toronto. He is a certified specialist in criminal litigation and a former adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. He has extensive experience with cross-border work dealing with the United States and is a life member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. In addition, he is a member of The Criminal Lawyers’ Association in Ontario.
Steven has been involved in a number of high profile cases in Canada including the Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse scandal; the Guy Paul Morin public inquiry; the Dee Brown racial profiling case; and the test case of the new Anti-Gang legislation. He has defended athletes, entertainers, lawyers, politicians and a number of police officers.
In addition to a book that he co-authored on jury selection, Steven wrote a book about the Conrad Black trial where he examined the pronounced differences between the Canadian and American criminal justice systems. He is regularly invited to appear on educational panels before lawyers and judges. Steven is also the legal analyst for the CTV national television network and is interviewed frequently on television and radio to provide expert commentary on a variety of legal topics. He writes a weekly legal blog, The Crime Sheet, for CTV.ca.
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