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Teri Liu


Teri articled with Dutton Brock and joined the firm as an Associate following her call to the Ontario Bar in June of 2011. She is developing a broad civil litigation practice which includes general negligence, occupier's liability, products liability, municipal liability, personal injury, and motor vehicle law. She has represented clients in both plaintiff and defence lititgation.


Teri earned her Honours Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Political Science from the Univeristy of Toronto, where she graduated with Distinction in 2007. She went on to obtain her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law in 2010 and was called to the bar in 2011.



Teri was awarded the Univeristy of Toronto Letter Award in 2007 for significant and diverse contributions to improving the quality of student life. She has also received various bursaries and admission scholarships from the University of Toronto and University of Windsor.


Christopher R. Dunn and Teri Liu, “Personal Injury Damages: Canadian Courts Award Unprecedented Tort Damages Since the 1978 Trilogy”, Ontario Risk and Insurance Management Society (ORIMS) Conference, March 2011.

Teri is a member of:

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Defence Lawyers
  • Toronto Lawyers Association
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Women’s Law Association of Ontario
  • Young Women in Law

Hayward v. Cloutier, 2012 ONSC 3738 (Ont. Superior Ct.)

Agius v Home Depot Holdings Inc. 2011 ONCA 686 (Ont. Ct. of Appeal)

During law school, Teri was a Research Assistant to Professor Bill Bogart, researching and drafting material for his book, “Permit But Discourage: Regulating Excessive Consumption,” which was published by Oxford University Press in 2011. She also taught the LSAT Preparatory Course with The Princeton Review.

Teri competed in the Canadian National Mediation Advocacy Competition on behalf of Windsor Law and volunteered as a Student Case Worker at the Community Legal Aid Clinic in Windsor. She was also extensively involved with the Students’ Law Society where she co-chaired and participated as a member of several committees.