Jordan Diacur Associate


Speaks:  English

Year of Call: 2014 - Ontario


Primary office:  Hamilton



Jordan Diacur

Jordan Diacur's practice focuses on civil litigation, including estate litigation and professional liability. Jordan regularly represents the interests of individuals, businesses and institutions before the courts, and often participates in alternative dispute resolution.

Jordan's goal is to provide uncommon value and uncommon sense. Something more than just experience or professionalism. More than the expertise needed to find cost effective solutions to legal problems. A deep commitment to the kind of service that is rare nowadays-taking the long-term view, working to understand every angle and building relationships that last.

Jordan is trained as a museum curator and worked for several years in public museums and archives including the Bertrand Russell Archives at McMaster University.

He completed the Osgoode Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop (ITAW) in July 2018.

Career & Recognition

Filter timeline:
  • 2014

    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
       2014
      Year of Call, Ontario
  • 2013

    • Education
       2013
      University of Western Ontario, JD
  • 2010

    • Rankings & Awards
       2010
      Maritime Law Book Ltd. Prize in Legal Ethics and Professionalism (UWO)
  • 2006

    • Education
       2006
      University of Guelph, MA, History
  • 2004

    • Education
       2004
      Brock University, BA (Hons.), History

Memberships

  • Hamilton Law Association (Member of the Collections & Library Excellence subcommitee and New Lawyers' subcommittee)
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • J. Diacur, "Fixing errors: Workarounds and other self-help remedies," Ontario Bar Association, Preventing, Correcting and Navigating Errors in Estates and Trusts Documents (October 2017).
  • J. Diacur, "New Lawyers Update," Hamilton Law Association Journal 26:6 (December 2016).
  • A. M. Hill and J. Diacur, "Drafting errors: What to do when there appears to be a problem with the will(s)", Law Society of Upper Canada, Practice Gems: Probate Essentials (October 2015).
  • J. Diacur, "Crowdfunded donations for the family of the deceased," Hamilton Law Association, 13th Annual Estates and Trusts Seminar (February 2015).
  • P.R. Sweeny and J. Diacur, "Reading the roadmap: Hryniak v. Mauldin and the judicial treatment of summary judgment motions," Hamilton Law Association, 14th Annual Advocacy Conference (December 2014).
  • J.W. Neyers & J. Diacur, "What (is) a nuisance? Antrim Truck Centre Ltd. v. Ontario (Minister of Transportation)," Canadian Bar Review, Vol. 90, No. 1 (March 2012).

Insights & Resources

Jordan has been lucky enough to assist clients in reaching favourable settlements in many challenging circumstances, and has also brought a number of matters to a successful conclusion at trial, both in Small Claims Court and before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.

In several cases, where appeals have been involved, this has progressed to the stage of a further hearing before the Divisional Court or the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Most recently, Jordan was involved in an application for leave to appeal a matter to the Supreme Court of Canada, which has been granted.