Andrew P. Loucks


Andrew P. Loucks

Andrew Loucks has a general practice, which focuses on real estate, civil litigation, and criminal and regulatory law.

Born and raised in Chesley, Ontario, Andrew obtained a B.A. in history from Queen’s University, after having completed his first year at Bader College in southeast England. After graduating from Queen’s he returned to the U.K. and completed a law degree at Durham University. Andrew then received a Masters of Law Degree at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He then articled in downtown Toronto with criminal defence lawyers Courtney Keystone and Steven Dallal.

At Queen’s University, Andrew played the bagpipes with the Queen’s Bands, where he also held various roles on the executive. While in law school at Durham University, Andrew was an avid rower.

Andrew is currently the president of the Kinsmen Club of Chesley. He organizes the Chesley Kinsmen Club’s annual Fight Night in Chesley, a charity kickboxing tournament to raise funds for the community. Andrew continues to pursue his interest in bagpipe music, and plays with the Teeswater Highlanders.

Andrew is the former president of the Bruce Law Association, having completed two terms and remains active on the Board. He is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, a organization that represents the interests defence lawyers across Canada, and was the representative for Bruce and Grey counties. In 2023 Andrew worked in conjunction with local indigenous partners to set up a dedicated space for members of the Saugeen First Nation to appear in court by Zoom from their community with technology donated by Loucks & Loucks LLP and the Bruce Law Association. Andrew attends the Saugeen First Nation weekly on a volunteer basis to assist individuals with their court appearances, connect with their lawyers, and provide summary legal advice.