Jeff Beleskey

Jeff Beleskey

Associate

Contact Information

 (705) 722-4400
jbeleskey@chcbarristers.com

Assistant:
Kirsten Brown

 (705) 722-4400 ext. 255
 kbrown@chcbarristers.com

Law Clerk:
Shelley Stuckless

 (705) 722-4400 ext. 233
sstuckless@chcbarristers.com

Background

Jeff Beleskey joined our firm in 2010 after practicing insurance litigation in Toronto, Ontario.   He handles a large variety of litigation files, including product liability, environmental liability, professional negligence, personal injury, construction litigation, wrongful dismissal and employment law. Jeff approaches litigation in a practical and straightforward manner, which has earned him the respect of both clients and colleagues.

Jeff grew up in Barrie and is an Innisdale Secondary School graduate. When it came time to raise his own family, it was an easy decision to return to Barrie. Jeff is currently a Legal Representative on the Research Ethics Board at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Jeff takes great pride in supporting and promoting the Canadian Forces as the Adjutant of the Honourable Guard of the Grey & Simcoe Forester’s Regiment. He also supports both the Simcoe County Bar and is  a former council member for the Central-East Region of the Ontario Bar Association and the National Council of the Canadian Bar Association

He and his family can often be found skiing on a local hill, mountain biking through local trails or riding their motocross on trails and tracks throughout Ontario. He enjoys coaching his son on a CHC sponsored Barrie Minor Baseball team or being a member of the “Dad’s Dance Troupe” at his daughter’s dance studio. He is also a fan of archery, hunting, fishing and camping.

 

Professional Affiliations

 

Education

  • Honours Bachelor of Science (Specialist in Psychology), University of Toronto
  • One-term exchange program, Ludwig  Maximilian University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law
  • Called to the Ontario Bar: 2010

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