Andrew P. Loucks
Andrew Loucks practices real estate, civil litigation, and criminal 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 the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceaux Castle, U.K. He then attended Grey College, Durham University, U.K. where he completed a LL.B. (Hons). Thereafter Andrew completed a Masters in Law degree at Osgoode Hall Law School.
After completing his education, Andrew articled in downtown Toronto with criminal defence lawyers Courtney Keystone and Steven Dallal.
At Queen’s University, Andrew was an active member of the Queen’s Bands as a bagpiper. While in law school at Grey College, Durham University, Andrew was an avid rower. In his final year at Durham Law School, Andrew had his dissertation published in the Durham University Feminist Journal and presented it at their annual conference.
Andrew is an active member of the local legal community. He is currently the president of the Bruce Law Association, and an active member of the Criminal Lawyers Association, roles which have increased substantially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Outside of law, Andrew is an active member with the Chesley Kinsmen Club, Chesley Legion Branch #144, Chesley Curling Club, and continues to peruse his interest in bagpipe music.