Russell is a fully trained Collaborative Practice lawyer and is a member of the York, Durham and Victoria Haliburton Practice Groups.
Russell obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto and his law Degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. He founded Russell Alexander Family Lawyers in 1998, following his admission to practice law. The firm’s first location was opened in Lindsay, Ontario in 1998, followed by the Brooklin office in 2006 and the Markham office in 2010.
Today, Russell speaks at conferences relating to technology and the law. He is a faculty member of the American Bar Association TECHSHOW and has spoken at several conferences in Chicago and Toronto. He has also recently presented at the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation Conference was Chair of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s 2013 Technology and Family Law Conference. Russell was also a speaker at the 2014 Solo and Small firm Conference.