Doron acts for expropriating authorities and for expropriated landowners across Ontario. He earned two law degrees from McGill University’s Faculty of Law, where he received the Chief Justice R.A.E. Greenshields Memorial Scholarship and the F.R. Scott Prize in Constitutional Law.
During his legal studies, Doron served as a Senior Editor on the McGill Law Journal, and spent a summer working in the Enforcement Branch of the Alberta Securities Commission, assisting in the prosecution of capital markets fraud.
Prior to joining private practice, Doron completed his articles in the Solicitors Group of the Regional Municipality of Durham, which gave him an in-house perspective on legal practice at a large expropriating authority.
Doron is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations and the Ontario Expropriation Association.