Ontario Superior Court of Justice welcomes Charles Chang as new judge

Chang is a former principal at Chang Advocacy Professional Corporation in Concord

Ontario Superior Court of Justice welcomes Charles Chang as new judge

Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada David Lametti has announced Charles Chang’s appointment to the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario in Milton.

“I wish Justice Chang every success as he takes on his new role,” Lametti said. “I am confident he will serve the people of Ontario well as a member of the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario.” 

Justice Chang is a former principal at Chang Advocacy Professional Corporation in Concord. He replaces former Justice Dale Fitzpatrick, who resigned effective April 4.

Chang has more than a decade of expertise in litigation and advocacy. In 2009, he was certified as a civil litigation specialist by the Law Society of Upper Canada.

Chang has experience handling complex corporate and commercial disputes, construction, and employment matters. He has represented clients in motions, applications, and trials before all levels of Ontario courts and administrative tribunals.

Aside from his legal work, Chang has been involved in the legal community across Greater Toronto Area. He participated in the Law Society of Ontario’s Coach and Advisor Network and Articling Mentorship Program. He also presented various continuing professional development programs with Peel Law Association. 

Chang previously served as secretary-general for Global Youth Leaders (Canada) and chaired the Taekwondo Ontario’s discipline committee. He was also an equity and inclusion advisory council member at Holy Trinity School. 

He earned his law degree from the University of Western Ontario in 2000 and was called to the Ontario bar in 2002. 

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