Donald A. Archi
Born and raised in Montreal, I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree (Political Science) at McGill University in 1979. In 1982, I graduated from the Law Faculty at McGill University with a Common Law Degree and in 1983 with a Civil (Quebec) Law Degree. I articled with the law firm of Davis, Webb (Brampton) and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1985.
Following my call to the Bar, I practised general law in Brantford, Ontario with the firms of Lawrence, Smits & St. Amand and Ross McBride before establishing my own practice in 1992.
I have a general law practice with my preferred areas being Real Estate (Commercial & Residential), Wills and Estates, and Corporate and Business law. Over the years, I have conducted seminars on Estate Planning issues.
I was the President of the local Victorian Orders of Nurses branch as well as the Brant-Haldimand-Norfolk Victorian Order of Nurses Foundation. I was also a member of the City of Brantford Committee of Adjustment and the Licence Advisory Committee and also a Board Member of the Canadian Addison Society.
In 1998, I was certified as a mediator by the Arbitration and Mediation Institute of Ontario.
My wife Heather and I along with our three children are active members of the local tennis and soccer communities. While Heather plays golf well, the best that can be said of me on the greens is that I own a set of clubs.