Robin K. McKechney

RKM2Robin McKechney is a partner at Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc. Robin attended law school at Dalhousie University where he was awarded the Nova Scotia Law Foundation Scholarship.  Robin graduated in 2000 and was called to the bar in Ontario in 2002.

Prior to joining Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc, Robin was a lawyer with Greenspan Humphrey Lavine, one of Canada’s pre-eminent criminal law firms where he specialized in white collar crime and related regulatory and administrative litigation.

Robin is also an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, where he teaches Evidence in both the J.D. and Common Law LL.M. programs.  Robin has spoken on numerous Continuing Legal Education panels and conferences on topics including financial crimes, internal investigations, criminal procedure and trial preparation.

In addition to his legal career, Robin was the Senior Script Consultant on the CBC series “This is Wonderland” and provided consulting services on the HBO series “In My Car” and the Universal International movie “One Way”.

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  • “Professional Regulation 360: The Latest News in Professional Regulation from Around the World”
    SML Online Learning Series, November 2018
  • “Operation Update: Trends in the World of Complaints and Discipline in the #MeToo Age”
    CNAR, Banff, October 2018
  • “Cross Country Check Up: Interim Orders from Coast to Coast”
    CNAR, Banff, October 2018
  • “From the Inner City to North of the Arctic Circle: Innovations in Dealing with the Mentally Ill and Addicted Licensees
    CLEAR, Philadelphia, September 2018
  • “What Happens in Vegas? Dealing with Off Duty Conduct”
    College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Toronto, June 2018
  • Can I Put My Hat On? I’m a Good Moral Character…Now
    National Council of State Boards of Nursing Discipline Conference, Denver, June 2018
  • “Law and Order: The Intersection between Criminal Justice and Professional Regulation”
    CLEAR webinar, February 2018
  • “What Happens in Vegas: The Challenges of “Off Duty” Conduct”
    CNAR, Halifax, October 2017
  • “Making Tough Calls: Is the Public Interest the Same as Public Approval”
    CNAR, Halifax, October 2017
  • “Law and Order: The Intersection Between Criminal Justice and Professional Regulation”
    CLEAR Conference, Denver, September 2017
  • “Can I Put My Hat On? I’m a Good Moral Character…Now”
    CLEAR Conference, Denver, September 2017
  • “Off Duty Conduct”
    National Council of State Boards of Nursing conference, Pittsburgh, June 2017
  • “The Patient Relations Committee: What is its role and how will it change?”
    SML Online Learning Series, April 2017
  • National Certified Investigator Training Program
    CLEAR, Toronto, November 2016
  • “Conducting Regulatory Investigations”
    CLEAR workshop, Toronto, November 2016
  • “Successfully Navigating Parallel Criminal Proceedings: A Regulator’s Dilemma”
    CNAR, Toronto, November 2016

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