Drew is an associate at Oatley Vigmond. He graduated with a LL.B from the University of Windsor in 2006, and was called to the Bar in 2007. Drew also holds an Engineering degree from the University of Windsor, and prior to becoming a lawyer, worked as a Robotics Engineer in Detroit, Michigan.
For Drew, the best part of being a personal injury lawyer is seeing the look of relief on his clients’ faces when telling them they don’t need to worry any longer because we’re going to take care of things for them.
When Drew isn’t practicing personal injury law, he can be found trail running with his two huskies, working in his garage, or reading and writing detective/noir fiction.
Drew has worked as a Sessional Instructor at the University of Windsor’s law school. He has taught the Civil Remedies course, which focuses on injury compensation, to second and third year law students.
Drew’s articles on injury law have been published in The Litigator magazine, The Health Professional magazine, and The Lawyers Weekly. He is also a contributing author to the Oatley-McLeish Guide to Demonstrative Advocacy.
While in law school, Drew served as Editor-in-Chief of the school’s law journal, The Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues.