Criminal defence lawyer Nicholas Charitsis is a graduate from Osgoode Hall Law School, and earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree (with distinction) from the Schulich School of Business at York University, graduating in the top 5% of his class. Nick brings his business background into the courtroom using his skills in negotiations and strategic management while preparing for his trials.
Upon graduating Nicholas articled at the Toronto law firm of Goodman Carr LLP, the Ontario Securities Commission and as a Crown Attorney in the Toronto courts.
Nicholas has appeared as counsel in the;
- Ontario Court of Justice
- Superior Court of Justice and the
- Ontario Court of Appeal
Nicholas has worked as an Assistant Crown Attorney and agent for the Attorney General’s office as an at the Old City Hall Courts, College Park Courts and 311 Jarvis Courthouses in Toronto. Over the course of his practice Nicholas appeared as counsel in thousands of contested trials and criminal matters with favourable resolutions and wins for his clients.
Aside from his Toronto criminal law practice, Nicholas is also involved in Provincial and Federal Politics in the Toronto area as a fundraiser and organizer for the Progressive Conservative Party and the Conservative Party of Canada respectively. He has worked for former Premiere of Ontario the Honorable Mike Harris, the Honorable Frank Klees MPP as well as actively campaigned for several current sitting Members of Provincial Parliament and MP’s in Ottawa.