Drew Sinclair (he/him)
Lawyer & Investigator
Drew Sinclair produces high calibre legally defensible workplace investigation reports. He does this by knowing what works - and what doesn't - in the courtroom. Before joining Mortimer Khoraych as a workplace investigator, he spent 15 years, including hundreds of hours inside the courtroom, advocating for the rights of individuals with spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries in multi-million dollar cases. The experience has given him a deep understanding of the rules of evidence, the necessity for detail-oriented fact-finding, how to assess credibility, and the importance of clear, concise communication. Through this experience, Drew also honed his ability to empathize, listen, and communicate with individuals who have experienced trauma. Drew pulls all these skills together at Mortimer Khoraych to lead effective and efficient workplace investigations involving complex, high-stakes, sensitive matters.
Drew is also passionate about workplace education. He is actively involved in advisory, training, and coaching, drawing upon his prior teaching experience at the law schools of the University of Windsor, Queen's University, and Toronto Metropolitan University.
Outside of work, Drew has published journal articles on litigation practice and authored chapters in legal textbooks on demonstrative evidence and insurance law. He is also the President of the Simcoe County Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
Before his legal career, Drew was a Robotics Engineer in the automotive industry in Detroit, Michigan. While no longer working as an engineer, he has never let go of his interest in technology, machines, factory floors and skilled trades. On the weekends, he can always be found in his garage swinging a hammer or turning a wrench.
Drew is called to the Ontario Bar.