Alexander M. Voudouris

Lawyer & Senior Litigator

Location: Toronto

Services: Personal Injury

Languages: English

Office: 647-789-1962

Toll Free: 1-877-236-3060

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Alexander M. Voudouris is a senior litigator with Pace Law Firm. Alex has a Specialized Honours B.A. from York University, and attended the University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy Law Schools. He has also Clerked for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal for the Northwest Territories. Since being called to the Bar in 1991, Alex’s practice has been in the Personal Injury field.

For the first 18 years of his practice, he represented numerous Canadian and American insurance companies including Allstate, Co-operators, Coseco, ING/Intact, RBC, Monnex/TD and Auto Owners (Michigan). For the past 9 years, Alex has exclusively represented accident victims. Alex has significant trial, arbitration and appeal experience in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court, the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Financial Services Commision of Ontario, the License Appeal Tribunal, and the Worker Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.

Alexander has represented clients in a broad range of cases, including serious brain injuries, paraplegia, tetraplegia, chronic pain, fatalities, psychiatric and orthopaedic injuries, together with catastrophic impairments as defined in the SABS.

Alex lectures extensively, and has written and had published a number of articles for the Law Times, Lawyers Weekly/Daily, and The Litigator. He was a regular participant in the FSCO and ADR DRS Counsel Forums and is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) Board of Directors. Recently, Alex was tasked with training the new License Appeal Tribunal (LAT) Adjudicators in SABS Law.


  • Specialized Honours B.A, York University
  • University of Windsor
  • University of Detroit Mercy Law SChools

Professional Associations And Memberships

Member of Ontario Trial Lawyers Association's Board of Directors

Cases Of Note

Opuku v Pal (ONCA) - this opened the door to rescind the first 10 years of AB settlements as FSCO

Igbokwe v HB Group (ONCA)

Thornhill v Shadid (OSCJ)

Leone and State Farm (FSCO Appeal)

Parveen and Aviva (FSCO Appeal)