Gordon Lee is a lawyer who specializes in e-Discovery in our Toronto office. His practice is focused on project management and data analysis.
Gordon provides advice to clients on a wide range of litigation and regulatory matters, including class actions and Competition Bureau supplementary information requests. He has managed and supervised many e-Discovery projects for both private and public sector clients, assisting them with complex, large-scale litigation, information governance and due diligence matters.
Prior to his current role in e-Discovery, Gordon worked for the Ministry of the Attorney General on a prominent public inquiry and practiced in civil litigation for three years. He regularly attends continuing education programs and stays up to date on the latest developments in legal technology and information management tools.
An active member of the local community, Gordon is involved in the non-profit sector as a volunteer and consultant. He acts as legal counsel to HAE Canada and is currently vice president on the board of directors of AIS Toronto Inc. Gordon graduated from Queen’s University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and obtained his LLB from Queen’s University Faculty of Law in 2007. He was called to the Ontario bar in 2009.
In his spare time, Gordon enjoys reading, travelling and playing sports such as basketball and volleyball.