Carr Hatch earned a B.A in History at Queen’s University and graduated from law school at the University of Windsor in 2010. Carr was admitted to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2011.
Carr joined Thomson, Rogers as an Articling Student and returned to the firm as an Associate in 2011.
While attending law school, Carr served on the committee for Windsor’s inaugural L.E.A.P. program and played varsity soccer for the Windsor Lancers. Carr worked for a criminal defence practitioner during his second summer of law school, gaining direct experience inside the courtroom.
Currently, Carr practices in the field of civil litigation with a focus on personal injury litigation. Carr has represented his clients at trial at the Superior Court of Justice as well as the Financial Services Commission of Ontario. Carr’s practice is dedicated to helping victims and their families achieve the best possible results when they have suffered serious personal injuries.
In his spare time, Carr enjoys playing tennis, hockey, soccer and golf. He currently coaches competitive youth soccer and hockey teams in Toronto.
You may read or download any of Carr’s papers and presentations at www.thomsonrogers.com/carr-hatch