Neil Harris

Neil Harris, Student-at-Law

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  • London, Ontario
  • 519-890-9449


Law School: The University of Windsor, Faculty of Law (LL.B); The University of Detroit Mercy, School of Law (J.D.)

School: Honours Business Administration Program, 2010 – The University of Western Ontario, Richard Ivey School of Business

Neil returns to the London office of Miller Thomson LLP after summering with the firm in 2012. He graduated from the Dual J.D. Program at the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy where he obtained both a Canadian and an American Juris Doctor. At graduation, Neil received the University of Windsor Board of Governor’s Medal for achieving the highest GPA among the 2013 Dual J.D. graduating class.

During law school, Neil was actively involved in both his Windsor and Detroit law school communities. He served as the Law II Class Officer for the Detroit Mercy Student Bar Association, and as a Classroom Facilitator for the Windsor Law division of the Ontario Justice Education Network. During Law III, Neil was elected to serve as the Executive Treasurer of the Dual J.D. section of the Detroit Mercy Student Bar Association.

Prior to law school, Neil graduated from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, where he completed the Honours Business Administration Program. During the summer after completing his first year of law school, Neil worked part-time at a Detroit based corporate law firm. Neil’s undergraduate and law school academic focus, combined with his 2012 summer experience at Miller Thomson LLP, drives his strong interest in corporate and commercial matters.

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