Roger practices tax law with a particular emphasis on indirect tax (including GST/HST and provincial sales taxes), tax disputes and tax litigation.
He joined Osler in 2016 as a summer student and returned to the firm as an articling student and then an associate, gaining experience in our tax, litigation, labour and employment and corporate groups. During his first-year summer at law school, he worked at a boutique law firm affiliated with a global accounting firm.
Roger earned his J.D. at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law after completing two concurrent degrees at McGill University: Bachelor of Arts, with a major in Political Science and minor in North American Studies, and Bachelor of Music, with a minor in Music History. Throughout this time, Roger was extremely active in competitive debate and mooting. He represented McGill and Canada at debate world championships in Berlin and Chennai as well as at numerous smaller tournaments across Canada and in the northeastern United States. Later, Roger competed in moot competitions including the Bowman Tax Moot, to which he returned the following year as a coach.
On his own time, Roger is a classical-music lover and an avid pianist.