I first learned of Paul Taylor's advocacy my regular canvass of higher court cases. His name kept appearing in feisty WSIB appeal court reports. What struck me about his work was the magnitude of issues that he took on as a self-represented litigant, and the respect that the courts showed him even though he's not a lawyer (it was more than many lawyers can boast). I think you'd be hard pressed to find a paralegal of more commitment to your case (but please remember that if he's going to survive he needs to be paid ;-).
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