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, including inter vivos trust and will planning, post-mortem planning, donation planning, as well as succession planning.
As an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, she has taught Advanced Estate Planning for more than two decades. Maureen has previously taught both corporate tax and international tax at the University of Toronto and Western University, as well as Private Company Taxation at the Canadian Bar Association’s Tax Law for Lawyers intensive course.