Muhammad M. Alam

Muhammad M. Alam
Partner & Founder
Toronto, Canada
905-564-5953 ext. 224
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Muhammad M. Alam is a Barrister-at-Law of Osgoode Hall in Toronto. He obtained his Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B.) from the University of Windsor, Ontario. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, Peel Law Association, Hamilton Law Association and the Canadian Association of South Asian Lawyers (CASAL). He is the Vice President of CASAL and sits as the Executive Board Members. Mr. Alam also sits in the Advisory Board of Cricket Club of Ontario and a Director of Cricket Club of Canada .

Muhammad M. Alam has been practicing law in Ontario since 2007 with focus on Personal Injury Law. He has practised Civil Litigation and Human Rights Law for over 10 years outside of Ontario. Muhammad M. Alam articled with the law firm of Diamond & Diamond and Bergmanis Preyra LLP, Personal Injury Lawyers. Following his call to the Bar, he joined the law firm of Misir & Company as an associate lawyer and focused practiced in Personal Injury Law.

In the summer of 2009 Muhammad M. Alam founded the Alam Law Office based on a boutique law firm concept. Muhammad M. Alam continues to focus his legal practice on Personal Injury Law which includes accident benefits, tort motor vehicle, slip and fall injuries and medical negligence claims. He also practice insurance litigation for denial of Long Term and Short Term Insurance benefits and claim arising from property damage and losses. He routinely appears before FSCO and Superior Court of Justice.

Muhammad M. Alam is a professional, passionate and highly skilled individual who is committed to his client's legal needs. His commitment extends beyond his clients and into the community. He is involved in number of community service organizations such as Bazm-e-Ahbab Canada, a non-profit organization, which is dedicated to the promotion of Urdu as a Language. The organization provides free Urdu education to South Asian youth. He also serves as a Legal Director for Canadian Association for Pakistani Origin (CAPO), a non-profit organization, which aims to create awareness and bridge resources of information channels and services available in Canada for Pakistani community development. He is extremely passionate about cricket and is very active in the advancement of the sport of cricket in Canada. He sits in the Advisory Board of Cricket Club of Ontario and a Director of Cricket Club of Canada.