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Kyle M. Morrow

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Kyle Morrow is a lawyer with Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP. He maintains a broad public law practice, focused primarily on political law, anti-bribery and corruption law, and criminal and quasi-criminal law. He advises clients on their compliance obligations in the areas of lobbying, campaign finance, conflicts of interest, public sector ethics and procurement, anti-bribery and corruption, whistleblowing, and access to information. He also defends clients (from across the political spectrum) who are being investigated or prosecuted for political offences under the Criminal Code, the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act, the Canada Elections Act, the Conflict of Interest Act, and the Lobbying Act.

Mr. Morrow serves on the board of directors for Lupus Ontario and the board of directors for the Diefenbunker (Canada’s Cold War Museum). He previously sat on the executive for the Canadian Bar Association’s Law of Lobbying and Ethics Committee. He is a recipient of the Martin Mason Memorial Award for Constitutional Law (2016) and the Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch” Award (2021, 2022, 2023). Mr. Morrow has volunteered on election campaigns in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, and Nova Scotia, and previously volunteered as an opposition researcher in the Office of the Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.

He holds a B.A. Hons. (Political Science) from St. Francis Xavier University and a J.D. (Common Law) from the University of Ottawa. His undergraduate thesis (“The Gay Card: Same-sex Marriage, Barack Obama and the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election”) examined the electoral impacts of wedge issues; his major paper in law school (“Alberta’s Campaign Finance Regime: Legal Loopholes, Deregulated Spending and the Coming Charter Challenge”) argued Alberta’s (former) campaign finance system was unconstitutional.

In his spare time, Mr. Morrow enjoys reading, writing, swimming, curling, scuba diving, hiking, and travelling.

Last Revision: May 2024