Christopher Larsen

Law Clerk

Prior to joining Jones Kopp Litigation Partners LLP, Chris worked at a boutique litigation law firm. He brings a high degree of knowledge in Accident Benefits and tort matters. Chris specializes in personal injury. He has prepared cases for trial before various courts and administrative bodies, including precedent-setting cases.

He has had the opportunity of receiving legal training at various seminars dealing with trial preparation, case management, document production, and in relation to various specialized topics relating to benefits available under the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule.

In his spare time, he enjoys playing the piano, cycling, and reading. Chris volunteered with an organization that brought a major tourism event to Toronto in 2014 and was highly involved in communications in managing media coverage of the event. He has also been involved in law firm marketing, and assisting with information technology.


  • Graduated with Honours from Humber College Law Clerk program, 2010


  • Prior member of Ontario Trial Lawyers Association from 2010-2014 (Law Clerks section)
  • Member of Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario

We deliver results. Proportionate and appropriate file staffing plus creative thinking ensure practical, timely and cost effective litigation outcomes.


Allison Gaw

Corkett v. Ginn, 2021 ONSC 7434 (CanLII) In this personal injury case, the Plaintiff prepared a motion to strike the Defendant’s Jury Notice as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in a stated effort [...]

Bahram Dehghan

Trilokie v Lasenby, 2015 ONSC 6376 In a complex case where the plaintiff seeks over $10.5 million from a motor vehicle accident, Bahram successfully argued a motion to compel the plaintiff to attend [...]

Renée A. Kopp

Recent Presentations and Workshops “How Close is Too Close? Avoiding Bias in Regulatory Decision-Making”, co-presented with Richard Steinecke and Erica Richler, Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia. “Disciplinary Proceedings & [...]