Muhammad M. Alam

Muhammad M. Alam
Founder & Managing Barrister
Mississauga, Canada
905-564-5953 ext. 224
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Muhammad M. Alam is a Barrister-at-Law of Osgoode Hall in Toronto and he is the Founder and Managing Barrister of Alam Law Firm.

Before obtaining his license to practice in Ontario, Muhammad M. Alam practiced civil litigation and human rights law for more than 10 years. Following his international legal practice, Muhammad M. Alam obtained his Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. After graduating, Muhammad M. Alam articled with the law firms of Diamond & Diamond and Bergmanis Preyra LLP, personal injury lawyers. Following his call to the Bar, Muhammad M. Alam worked as an associate lawyer for the law firm of Misir & Company.

In 2009, Muhammad M. Alam founded Alam Law Firm, a boutique law firm with a concentration on personal injury law, which includes accident benefits, tort motor vehicle, slip and fall injuries, occupier’s liability, product liability, aviation accident cases, and medical negligence claims. He also expanded his practice to include insurance litigation for denial of long-term and short-term insurance benefits, and claims arising from property damage and losses. As a result of the nature of his practice, Muhammad M. Alam routinely appears before the Superior Court of Justice and the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) / Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT).

Muhammad M. Alam is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), American Association for Justice, Peel Law Association, Hamilton Law Association, Aviation Accident Group, and the Canadian Association of South Asian Lawyers (CASAL). As a dedicated member of the OTLA, Muhammad M. Alam actively lobbies for stronger consumer protections in the Insurance Act for motor vehicle claimants. He is also lobbying the government for protections for victims of uninsured property owners. In early 2018, as part of his lobbying efforts, Muhammad M. Alam met with several senators at the Parliament Hill, including the deputy Senate leader, the Honourable Senator Thanh Hai Ngo.

Muhammad M. Alam is a professional, passionate, and highly skilled individual who is committed to both serving his clients' legal needs and meeting the needs of his community. Aside from assisting his clients, Muhammad M. Alam operates a pro-bono legal clinic to provide legal services to disadvantaged members of the community. He also conducts bi-monthly seminars to educate the community about legal and public interest matters that can limit an individual’s ability to seek legal recourse. Further, his passion for advocating for the rights of injury victims has led him to write weekly/monthly newspaper articles and social media posts informing individuals of the necessary steps to take following various types of injuries.

Aside from his personal injury work, Muhammad M. Alam also sits on the Board of Directors for a number of organizations, which include the Canada Pakistan Friendship Association “CPFA”and 'Help Me' Projects. The 'Help Me' Project is a non-profit organization that assists under-privileged community members. He is also an active member of the Pak Pioneer Community Organization of Canada, which aims to increase supports available to seniors. He is also an active member of “Water for Life” an Organization aims to help people access to safe/clean drinking water in the third world counties.

In 2018, as a result of his dedication to the community and excellence in business, the Canadian Pakistan Business Counsel (CPBC) awarded Muhammad M. Alam with a Professional Excellence Award. Further reflective of his contributions to the community, Muhammad M. Alam has been featured in two documentaries.In 2017, Muhammad M. Alam was featured in 'Maple Morning,' a documentary released at the Toronto International Film Festival, which featured successful Canadians of Pakistani origin. The documentary was released by the Consulate General of Pakistan to inform recent immigrants about the possibilities of success in Canadian society. He was also featured in the documentary 'Magical Milton,' which honoured his contributions and commitment to the Town of Milton.

When he is not working, Muhammad M. Alam enjoys spending quality time with his family and friends. He is also passionately devoted to advancing the sport of cricket in Canada. In that respect, he serves on both the advisory board of the Cricket Club of Ontario and as a Director of Cricket Club of Canada. Muhammad M. Alam also loves to travel, read, and give back to his community.


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