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Lindsay G. Mills

Tel: 416 643 8813  Fax: 1 888 603 4584

Lindsay practises all aspects of family law. Recognizing that each family law client has unique needs and expectations, Lindsay utilizes her effective advocacy, negotiation and communication skills to achieve fair and efficient results for her clients. Lindsay articled with Torkin Manes and joined the firm after being called to the Ontario Bar in 2009.

Lindsay is editor-in-chief of Money & Family Law, a newsletter for professionals in family law, estates, trusts, and tax planning. 

  • When a Relationship Breaks Down - Applying pension legislation to real world examples: A pension workshop

    Thunder Bay Law Association Annual Fall Conference

  • Pensions and Benefit Entitlements Upon Marriage Breakdown: The Legal Guide – Putting It All Together: Applying Your Knowledge to Real-World Fact Situations

    Osgoode Professional Development, January 2015

  • Family Law Fundamentals: Domestic Contracts

    Ontario Bar Association (OBA), Young Lawyers’ Division

  • 2013 Family Law Update for Estates and Trusts Lawyers

    Co-author and presenter, 16th Annual Estates and Trusts Summit, The Law Society of Upper Canada

  • An Update on Review and Variation Clauses

    Co-author and presenter, 3rd Annual Recent Developments and Complex Issues in Child and Spousal Support, Osgoode Professional Development

  • Top 10 Mistakes in Family Law

    Co-author, Paper presented by Daniel Melamed at the Ontario Bar Association Institute - Family Law Boot Camp

  • The Impact of Divorce, Remarriage, and the Common Law Relationships on Estate Planning

    Co-author, Ontario Bar Association

  • Ethics and Technology

    Co-author, Law Society of Upper Canada Teleseminar

  • 2010 Family Law Update for Estates Lawyers

    Co-author, Law Society of Upper Canada 13th Annual Estates and Trusts Summit

  • 2009 Family Law Update for Estates Lawyers

    Co-author, 12th Annual Estates Summit, The Law Society of Upper Canada

More Speaking & Writing
  • Ontario Bar Association



  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2009


  • J.D., Queen’s University, 2008 (Awards in Advanced Family Law (Reuben Wells Leonard Prize), Mental Health Law (David Sabbath Prize) and Tax Policy (Stikeman Elliott/Carswell National Tax Award)
  • M.A., Criminology, University of Toronto, 2003
  • B.A. (Honours with Distinction), Criminology and Sociology, University of Toronto, Trinity College, 2002