Myles Anevich practices criminal law, working on both trials and appeals.
Myles earned his B.A. from McGill University, his J.D. from the University of Windsor, and his LL.M. from Columbia University Law School. He Graduated from the Faculty of Law at Windsor in 2016, where he won a number of academic awards, including the prize for the highest combined grades in all constitutional law courses. While in law school, Myles clerked at the Ontario Court of Justice for the Honourable Justice Lloyd Dean where he dealt primarily with criminal law matters. He also volunteered in the criminal law and small claims division of Community Legal Aid, was president of the Debate Union at Windsor, and participated in numerous advocacy competitions, most notably the Gale Cup which focuses on criminal and constitutional law issues. Myles has presented at a number of academic conferences and had papers selected for publication in Canadian law journals. His LLM Essay, “Fighting the Culture of Complacency: A Comparative Analysis of Pretrial Delay Remedies in Canada and the United States” was published in Columbia Law School’s library.
After he graduated from law school, Myles articled for the Ministry of the Attorney General at the Windsor Crown Attorney’s Office, and was called to the Bar in Ontario in 2017.