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159. Meet PATRICK BROWN a CANADIAN BICYCLE Lawyer-Learn how he's making Toronto a safer city to Ride
December 6, 2021
In this episode, you will learn about: Patrick Brown leading Bicycle Lawyer in Toronto, Canada. Patrick has represented many cycling advocacy groups in the greater GTA area, promoting safe cycling for bicyclists.

Instagram: @BikeLawCanada
Facebook: @BikeLawCanada
Twitter: @PatrickBrownLLB
Law Firm Twitter: @mcleishorlando

Patrick Brown from Toronto is a principal partner and owner of McLeish Orlando LLP and has been practicing personal injury in Ontario for over 25 years. 
Patrick is one of a select set of lawyers who have been certified as a Specialist in Civil Litigation (Law Society of Ontario), voted as a leading lawyer in Best Lawyers Canada, listed as Most Frequently Recommended by other lawyers in Lexpert® and granted the AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale- Hubbell.   He is also a past nominee for Canada’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers.

Patrick initiated the Coroner’s Review of Pedestrian and Cycling deaths in Ontario and was awarded the Active Transportation Champion of the Year by Toronto Centre for Active Transportation.  In 2018, Patrick was awarded the “Safety Award of Excellence” by the Minister of Transportation on behalf of the Ontario Safety League (est. 1911) and was also the recipient of the 2018 “Professional Award” from the Ontario Brain Injury Association for his outstanding support of individuals living with the effects of brain injury. 
Patrick proudly sits on the Steering Committee of Friends and Families for Safe Streets (FFSS). He is the former director of Cycle Toronto (Toronto Cyclists Union), founder of Bike Law Canada and head organizer of the Vulnerable Road User Coalition of Ontario which lobbies for new laws to end road violence.

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