Jaime Mor is an associate lawyer at Cugelman and Eisen who represents clients in all manners of criminal and regulatory trials and appeals, having secured acquittals or withdrawals in numerous contested matters ranging from routine Impaired/Over 80 offences, to Sexual and Domestic Assaults, to serious Drug or Firearms-related charges. A skilled negotiator, Jaime has also enjoyed great success obtaining very favourable resolutions for his clients respecting all manners of charges. Throughout the process, Jaime focuses on keeping his clients updated, informed, and involved in respect of their defence.
A graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, Jaime focused his studies on criminal law, Charter of Rights issues, and negotiations/advocacy skill training. A former Director of the Fair Change Community Services organization, Jaime spent years helping Toronto’s low-income community navigate their way through the court system. Jaime also spearheaded the creation of Osgoode’s Test Case Litigation Project, a groundbreaking program that pairs law students with leading lawyers involved in exciting cases that push the boundaries of our legal system.
Outside of the courtroom, Jaime enjoys serving his community as a member of the Simcoe County Law Association Library Committee, as a volunteer coach for the annual Simcoe County Board of Education High School Mock Trial, and as a former board member of various other community organizations. He and his wife enjoy living the Simcoe County lifestyle, and especially love spending time with their dog Ralphie.
Jaime accepts Legal Aid cases and will guide you through the complicated legal processes of facing a criminal charge in a clear and respectful manner.