Rob joined the firm in 1988 and has been a partner since 1991, with his practice focusing on business, real estate and municipal law.
He is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Corporate and Commercial Law. His clients include many local businesses. He also represents the County of Grey, the City of Owen Sound and other municipal organizations.
After 40 years of practising in the Grey Bruce area, Brian Barrie retired from the practice of law at the end of 2018.
He leaves the practice of law with countless accomplishments, including the reputation of being hailed as one of the best lawyers to ever practice in the area.
We congratulate Brian on his wonderful career and wish him all the best in his retirement.
Danielle comes to The Alliance after having trained at one of the largest leading regional Atlantic Canada law firms.
She received a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Neuroscience from Dalhousie University in 2009 and a Juris Doctor from the University of New Brunswick in 2012. Danielle was called to both the New Brunswick and Ontario bars in 2013.
From the commencement of her practice, up until his retirement in December of 2018, Danielle worked with, and was mentored by, Brian D. Barrie, a prominent lawyer in Grey & Bruce counties for 40 years.
After practicing with Atlantic Canada’s largest law firm in St. John’s and Halifax, Erroll relocated to Owen Sound in 1999 with his wife Elaine. After visiting the area, they decided that the Scenic City offered the perfect combination of amenities, small-city charm and recreation opportunities. Since moving here, Erroll and Elaine have welcomed three children into their fold.
Jill joined the firm in 2016. Prior to that, Jill grew up in the Toronto area. She attended the University of Windsor and obtained a B.A. (Hons.) with a double major in Communication Studies and Criminology. Jill returned to the University of Windsor for Law School and articled with a firm in Essex Ontario, just outside of Windsor.
Mikayla received a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Criminology and Sociology from the University of Western Ontario in 2015. While completing her undergraduate degree, she played varsity rugby and was a member of the triathlon team. Mikayla also acted as a co-facilitator for a program called Changing Ways, a primarily court-mandated program whose mission statement is to assist men in ending their violent behaviour towards the women and children in their lives.