Tim Wilkin has over 35 years’ experience in municipal, planning, development, environmental and real estate law.

Municipalities and private clients throughout Eastern Ontario regularly consult Tim on a wide range of issues concerning municipal government, planning, development and environmental law matters. Tim also appears frequently on behalf of the firm’s clients before the Ontario Municipal Board and other administrative boards and tribunals. He has also acted as a special prosecutor for several major Ontario municipalities in respect of municipal election finance irregularities.

Tim is a former lecturer in the School of Urban and Regional Planning and the School of Business at Queen’s University. He has been a panelist at the Ontario Professional Planners Institute on giving evidence before the Ontario Municipal Board; a presenter at Continuing Legal Education programs of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Ontario Bar Association and the Canadian Institute; and a speaker at the Eastern Ontario Municipal Conference, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, Association of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario, Ontario Association of Consent Authorities, Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs and other municipal related associations and organizations.

Tim served as the firm’s Managing Partner for more than 10 years and is an active member of the Kingston business community. He is also a Past Chairman of the Board of Management of the Downtown Kingston Business Improvement Area.

On January 1, 2014, Tim retired as a Partner and is now Counsel to the firm and is practising on a part-time basis.

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Practice Areas
  • B.A. (Hons.) (Economics & Commerce)
    Royal Military College of Canada
    Class of 1974
  • LL.B.
    Queen's University
    Class of 1977
  • M.B.A.
    Queen's University
    Class of 1983
Call to the Bar
  • Law Society of Upper Canada
Community Involvement
  • Past Chairman of the Board of Management of the Downtown Kingston Business Improvement Area