Our firm advises and represents clients in the areas of Municipal Law, Land Use Planning Law and Expropriations Law.
We offer high quality, cost effective and timely legal services to municipalities and other public institutions, individuals, and corporations.
We are dedicated to obtaining the best possible results for every client, whether large or small. Whether we are attending council meetings or advising individuals, our frank and straightforward advice enables our clients to understand the issues facing them and to make informed decisions. In hearings, our extensive experience and knowledge of the law makes us strong and effective advocates. We are highly capable negotiators and are often able to assist with resolving disputes without the need for a hearing, saving our clients considerable expense.
By operating with low overhead, Strong Nenniger Law is able to provide top quality legal work at reasonable rates. We value our relationships with our clients and strive to ensure that resources are used effectively. That many of our clients have been with the firm for years is a testament to both the excellent value for money and the top quality of our services.
When clients require services outside of their areas of expertise, we are pleased to assist in making referrals to other qualified and trusted professionals.
We would be pleased to meet with you to discuss how we may be of professional help to you.
B.Sc.(Hons), University of Guelph
LL.B. (with distinction), Western University
B.C.L. (with distinction), Oxford University
LL.M., York University
Ken was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2000 and practices in all aspects of Municipal, Expropriations, and Land Use Planning Law. He acts for municipalities, developers, and individuals. He gives opinions and advice, negotiates and drafts agreements, appears in Court and before various Administrative Tribunals.
In his spare time, he teaches Municipal Law at Western University, serves on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Expropriation Association, and drives his children to various soccer fields in Ontario.
B.A. (Hons), McGill University
J.D., Queen’s University
Kelly has been practicing municipal law since she was called to the Ontario Bar in 2013. She joined Ken as an associate in 2016 and became a partner in 2019. Kelly handles trials, appeals and other hearings at all levels of court in the areas of municipal law, land use planning, and expropriations. She also advises clients on the full range of municipal issues and has significant experience in code and by-law enforcement.
Before being called to the bar, Kelly graduated with Honours from McGill University, then went on to earn a J.D. from Queen’s University, where she was a member of the Dean’s Honour List.
Kelly sits on the Board of Trustees for the Middlesex Law Association and is a member of the Ontario Expropriations Association. She teaches municipal law at the University of Western Ontario’s Local Government Program. She is an enthusiastic, although not gifted, squash player.
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