Jordan Stone

Lawyer (he/him)


Jordan is a partner at GlickLaw with a practice focused on professional regulation and discipline. Jordan helps regulators, professionals, and licensed businesses solve legal problems, navigate investigations, and litigate regulatory disputes.

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Jordan has had the privilege of acting as counsel to over a dozen professional regulators. He assists regulators with legal issues relating to complaints, investigations, discipline, registration/licensing, fitness to practise, and unauthorized practice. Jordan has extensive experience litigating high-stakes disputes on behalf of regulators, including contested discipline and registration hearings, appeals, and civil litigation. Jordan also acts as independent legal counsel and provides training to discipline tribunals and other statutory committees. Having worked with regulators big and small, Jordan understands the unique and varied issues that regulators face and uses this knowledge and experience to help regulators fulfil their public interest mandate.

Jordan defends professionals and licensed businesses in investigations, discipline hearings, and litigation when their license to practise is at stake. His work as prosecution counsel for numerous prominent regulators gives him unique insight into how a regulator will think and act, which he uses to help his professional clients protect their license. Jordan has extensive experience representing professionals before regulatory tribunals and the courts in matters involving registration, complaints, investigations, fitness to practise, and discipline.

Prior to joining GlickLaw, Jordan worked for several years at a prominent Bay Street law firm, acting almost exclusively as prosecutor and counsel to professional regulators. Jordan received his law degree from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in 2016.

Jordan routinely writes and speaks on professional regulation issues. He has served as a member of the Education Planning Committee of the Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation (CNAR) and the Regulatory and Administrative Law Practice Group of the Advocate’s Society. Jordan is a frequent presenter at CNAR’s annual conference.

Outside of the office, you can find Jordan spending time with his family, cheering on the Toronto Raptors, or double-dribbling, double-faulting, or double-bogeying playing basketball, tennis, and golf.

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