The Wright Law Firm is comprised of Bradley Wright and his invaluable legal assistants, Carole Amyotte and Heather Waddell. Everyone here takes pride in delivering excellent services and making the process as pleasant for you as possible.
Brad graduated from the University of Ottawa Law School in 1981, and was called to the Bar in 1983.
He is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association, the County of Carleton Law Association, and L'Association des jurists d'expression française d'Ontario.
Starting in 1995, Brad was elected to the maximum four consecutive four-year terms as a bencher (governor) of the Law Society of Ontario (the body that regulates legal services in the public interest). He is now a life (ex officio) bencher.
He served as co-chair of the Real Estate Working Group for five years, chair of the Audit Committee for three years, chair of the Compensation Committee for three years, a trustee of the Law Foundation of Ontario for seven years, and as a director of LawPRO, the legal profession's insurance company, for three years.
Since 1995, he has served in a judicial capacity at discipline hearings including ten years on the Appeal Panel (several of his judgments have been used as precedents by law societies and courts across Canada).
Since 1998, Brad has been an integral contributor to the CCLA Real Estate Committee which is dedicated to improving the practice of real estate law in the public interest.
Brad was instrumental in creating the standard closing forms used by all lawyers in Ottawa for non-builder residential purchases and sales (the forms were adopted by several other counties and are now available Province-wide).
He was editor-in-chief of the original Title Search Tips and Electronic Registration Tips that were circulated by the Ontario Director of Titles to lawyers and registry offices across the Province.
He has frequently taught at continuing legal education seminars and at Algonquin College, and has guest lectured several times at Carleton University.
He is co-author with Donald Longchamps of Canadian Hospitality Law, now in its third edition, used in hospitality law courses across Canada.