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Malik is a Toronto lawyer practicing commercial and civil litigation at Rueters LLP.
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Education
Harvard Law School J.D., 2011
Yale University Ph.D., 2008
Stanford University, A.B./M.A., 2001
Bar Admissions
2015 (Ontario)
2012 (New York)
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

Malik Martin

Malik is a partner at Rueters LLP, where his practice focuses on civil and corporate/commercial litigation.

Malik’s experience includes contract disputes, civil fraud, class actions, shareholder disputes, and real estate litigation.  He has appeared as counsel before all levels of court in Ontario.  Malik has also appeared as a moderator and panelist on topics such as professional ethics and equity, diversity, and inclusion.  In 2019, Benchmark Litigation recognized Malik as a “Litigation Future Star” and he was nominated as a Benchmark Litigation “Emerging Talent of the Year”.

Malik joined Rueters after serving as a federal trial court clerk for the Hon. Stefan R. Underhill of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

He holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he received a Dean’s Scholar Prize in Legal Research & Writing, was an editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, and a semi-finalist in the Ames Moot Court, an appellate advocacy competition.  Prior to law school, Malik received a Ph.D. in Sociology from Yale University, where his dissertation, The Conqueror’s Prize: Revenue, Information, and Conflict in British Bengal, 1765-1819, received the 21st Century Dissertation Prize.

Malik is actively involved in The Advocates’ Society.  He is currently Chair of the Young Advocates’ Standing Committee of the Advocates’ Society, a committee of 40 lawyers from across Canada.  He is also a member of the Ontario Bar Association and the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers.   Malik volunteers as amicus duty counsel at the Ontario Court of Appeal and is a proud supporter of the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study and the Toronto Public Library Foundation.