Alec Fiszauf received his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto in 1977. Upon graduation, Alec articled with the criminal law firm of Carter and Powell in Toronto in 1977-1978. After completion of his articles in 1978 and the Law Society Bar Admission Course, he became a licensed lawyer in 1979. Since then Alec practiced criminal law in Toronto and relocated to Brantford, Ontario in 1987.
Alec has appeared in trial courts throughout Southern Ontario with a focus on criminal trials and appeals. He served as a Federal Prosecutor for 8 years, where he gained in-depth criminal law experience.
Alec has appeared in every level of court in Ontario as well as the Supreme Court of Canada. He is one of the few lawyers in the area who has argued appeals in the Ontario Court of Appeal. He has extensive criminal law trial experience and has successfully conducted appeals in most types of criminal law cases. Alec has taught law courses at the Bar Admission Course and at McMaster University. He is also a former Deputy Judge of the Small Claims Court. Alec is the author of a number of legal articles and a book, "The Law of Investigative Detention", Lexis-Nexis 2008.
Alec is one of three former prosecutors who works at Kruse Law Firm.
If you have been charged with a criminal offence, you want to have the best available defence team working for you. Alec knows how to win difficult criminal cases. Use the form to the right to initiate a free consultation with Alec and the rest of the Kruse Law criminal defence team.