Tarinpal Dhaliwal is an Articling Student at Aitken Robertson Professional Corporation. After graduating from law school, Tarinpal worked full-time at a well-known criminal law firm in downtown Toronto where he gained a significant amount of experience in criminal law and trial litigation.
Tarinpal’s extensive criminal law background includes working on files involving impaired driving, assault, sexual assault, drug offences, firearms, fraud, and murder. Tarinpal played an instrumental role in achieving favourable results for clients, including having criminal charges withdrawn, obtaining peace bonds, and discharges.
In addition, Tarinpal has experience working on bail applications, bail reviews, Crown Pre-trials, Judicial Pre-trials, Charter applications, and other complex legal applications. Tarinpal has attended and assisted counsel with numerous trials and preliminary inquiries in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice. Tarinpal’s court experience extends throughout all of Ontario and includes Quebec.
Upon graduating from the University of Waterloo with an Honours degree in Legal Studies, Tarinpal obtained his law degree from the University of Birmingham (U.K.), Faculty of Law. During law school, Tarinpal competed and won a negotiation skills competition and gained membership into the prestigious Holdsworth Student Law Society and the Pro Bono Group. Tarinpal was also awarded the highest mark in Legal Skills and Methods.
Tarinpal is a member of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association and the Canadian Criminal Justice Association. Tarinpal actively participates in Continuing Professional Development courses and events, including seminars on various criminal offences, Charter litigation, expert evidence, racial profiling, and other contentious legal issues.
Aside from work, Tarinpal enjoys reading, playing chess, and staying active by working out and competing in sports such as hockey, boxing, and Brazilian jiu jitsu.
“Justice in the life and conduct of the State is possible only as first it resides in the hearts and souls of the citizens.”-Plato