Lerners’ Peter Kryworuk inducted into Litigation Counsel of America

Cross-border litigator accepted by invitation-only society

Lerners’ Peter Kryworuk inducted into Litigation Counsel of America
Peter Kryworuk

Peter Kryworuk, partner and health law practice group leader at Lerners LLP, has been inducted as a fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, an announcement by the law firm said.

The LCA is an invitation-only honorary society of trial lawyers. Fellows are selected and invited into the organization after being evaluated for effectiveness and accomplishment in litigation and trial work, along with their ethical reputation, the statement added.

According to Kryworuk’s profile on the firm’s website, he has been with Lerners for 35 years, having joined in 1984 as an associate, before becoming partner in 1989. He was also inducted as a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2008.

He obtained his LLB from the University of Windsor in 1982 and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1984.

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