Brennan Maynard joined Glaholt LLP as an associate after completing his Articles at the firm. In his time with Glaholt LLP, Brennan has had the opportunity to assist in a variety of motions, appeals, and domestic and international arbitrations.
Brennan graduated from the Queen’s University Faculty of Law in 2015. Prior to his studies in law, Brennan completed a Bachelor of Arts with Honours at York University, specializing in publishing.
During law school, Brennan was an editor for the Queen’s Law Journal from 2012-2014. Throughout his degree he received course prizes in: Conflict of Laws, Law and Economics, Collective Agreements and Arbitration, and Mining Law and Policy. An avid hockey fan, Brennan competed in the University of Toronto “Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada” where he and his teammate finished as semi-finalists.
Between law school and his undergraduate program, Brennan worked in residential and commercial renovations. In his spare time he continues to woodwork.Brennan Maynard
J.D., Queen’s University, 2015
B.A. Hons., York University, 2011
Member Since: 2016
Ontario Bar Association, Construction Law Section
The Advocates' Society
"High Risk, High Reward: Solicitor Negligence and Loss of Opportunity Clarified in Jarbeau v. McLean" (2017) Ontario Bar Association, Construction and Infrastructure Law Section
"Court of Appeal Pulls Rug Out From Under Fraudsters" (2015) 32:2 Construction Law Letter
Co-author, “Building Information Modeling – Canadian Developments” (2014) 31:2 Construction Law Letter