ADR / Mediation
Charity and Not-For-Profit Law
Real Estate Law
Wills and Estates
Muhammad Wajahat Faizan is a qualified Barrister and Solicitor with the Law Society of Ontario. He is an experienced legal professional with over 10 years of working experience in three jurisdictions; Canada Pakistan and the United Kingdom. He is also Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and a Commissioner of Oaths and Notary Public in Ontario. Mr. Faizan is also a Professor of Laws at various community colleges for more than 7 years.
Mr. Faizan has completed the Juris Doctor (Eq.) through National Certificate of Qualification from Federation of Law Societies of Canada in 2018/19. Mr. Faizan holds law degrees issued in the United Kingdom – an honors Bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of London and a Master’s degree in Energy Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution from the esteemed Aberdeen Business School. He is an alumnus of the University of London and Robert Gordon University, Scotland. In 2016, Mr. Faizan also became a Graduate of the distinguished and prestigious Energy institute of the United Kingdom. After migrating to Canada, Mr. Faizan completed a yearlong Post Graduate Certificate in Public Policy & Administrative Law from York University, Toronto.
Mr. Faizan has extensive experience in Canada’s immigration laws, He has represented clients before Canada’s immigration authorities within Canada and at Canadian visa offices globally. He holds competence on IAD Appeals and Humanitarian and Compassionate Cases. To his merit there is a reported case law amounting to development of legal principal: Vilcassim v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2019 CanLII 145827 (CA IRB).
Year of Call
2020 – Ontario
2015 – ICCRC
2010 – Pakistan
Law Society of Ontario
Canadian Bar Association
Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council
Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants
Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers – Ontario
Canadian Muslim Lawyers Association
Toronto Lawyers Association
Vilcassim v Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2019 CanLII 145827 (CA IRB)