Partner, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Bradley Berg’s practice includes both complex commercial cases and precedent-setting public interest litigation. He has appeared as lead counsel across the country, including at the Supreme Court of Canada and before international commercial arbitration panels, administrative tribunals and inquests. His trial and appellate experience includes business disputes, class actions, mining, banking, real estate and leasing, taxation, injunctions, the regulation of professionals, public authorities, constitutional and administrative law.
Berg is a past president of The Advocates’ Society, the leading association of litigation counsel in Canada. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London). He is regularly ranked as one of Canada’s leading litigators and has received several awards and recognitions.
Beyond his legal practice, Berg is a Director of the CAMH Foundation Board supporting mental health across Canada. He is closely involved with several other community agencies, including the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto. He is also a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council for the University of Saskatchewan College of Law.
Berg taught trial advocacy at Osgoode Hall Law School for six years and is a former law clerk to the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan. He has been the Practice Group Leader for Blakes Litigation in Toronto since 2010.