Maureen Berry’s practice is focused on wills, estate planning, domestic and international trusts, private corporation taxation, and executive compensation. Maureen also advises charities and non-profit organizations. Working with Canadian and international families, firms, corporations and charitable organizations, she provides advice on all aspects of private client matters.
She is a leading expert in the fields of tax law and estate planning, having been recognized by The Best Lawyers in Canada, Chambers Global, The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory and Who’s Who Legal. Maureen was named one of the five “Most Highly Regarded Individuals – Worldwide” by Law Business Research’s Who’s Who Legal Canada 2016.
As an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, she teaches Advanced Estate Planning. Maureen has previously taught corporate tax and international tax at the University of Toronto and Western University, along with the Bar Admission course for up-and-coming lawyers.