Erik Joffe became a part of Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers in 2011. He was a summer student back then, continued his articles, and now returning to Neinstein as a lawyer. Joffe was called to the bar in 2013. He graduated with distinction from McGill University with a degree in Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science and Sociology. He went on to law proper at Queen’s University Law School.
During his time at Queen’s University, Erik was an active member of various organizations on the campus, such as a member of the queen’s Law Journal, member of the Environmental Law Society, and an executive producer of Queen’s Pro Bono Radio. Erik also developed his advocacy skills during his time at Queens. He actively took part in the Clinical Correctional Program, assisting inmates in different Federal Penitentiaries surrounding Kingston. He spent half of his final year of law school on exchange in South Africa.
Erik Joffe loves to travel like a backpacker. He has been to many places such as Israel, Nepal, and some countries in other parts of the world such as South America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. Whenever he has spare time, he makes sure he spends it doing things he loves the most, such as playing hockey, golfing, and running marathons.
Specialties and Recognitions
- Erik Joffe is an executive board member of Brain Injury Society of Toronto, a non-profit community that supports those living with the effects of acquired brain injury.
- He was a volunteer at the Ontario Brain Injury Association.
- Erik was a volunteer at PeaceBuilders Canada.
- He is a member of the Toronto Lawyers Association.
- He is a member of the Ontario Bar Association.
- He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
- Joffe is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
- He is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyer Association.