Kendal Steele

Kendal Steele is a Student-at-Law at Rosen Kirshen Tax Law.

Kendal works with our senior counsel on various types of files and cases. No matter the case, he focuses on providing a quality client-centred focus, and efficient resolutions to any matter. Kendal realizes the challenges litigation can place on a client, and he works to make sure the process is as efficient and straightforward as possible.

Kendal studied law at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. While there, he worked for the Dalhousie Student Advocacy Society, Pro Bono Students Canada, and he was the Sports Committee Director. Kendal is a two-time recipient of the Schulich Scholarship in Law Award, and he was awarded Schulich Internship Funding after his second year of law school to work for a non-profit or charity organization, namely the Halifax Refugee Clinic. Before Law School, Kendal studied Kinesiology and Biomechanics at Acadia University.

During his final semester of Law School, Kendal worked at the Dalhousie Legal Aid Clinic. Kendal represented low-income clients on various matters including Family Law, Human Rights, Poverty Law, among others. Kendal represented clients in the Nova Scotia Family Court and the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division).

Kendal was raised on Prince Edward Island before he spent his eight years in Nova Scotia completing his university degrees. Kendal considers both his home and is happy to provide travel tips for anyone thinking of visiting the East Coast.

Kendal is a two-time Canada Games athlete, both in basketball and beach volleyball. He also enjoys golfing and playing any new sport. In Toronto, Kendal enjoys attending various concerts, sporting events and comedy shows. He is also a major food and coffee person and will happily take any recommendations.


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Recent Decisions

Isbister v. HMQ, 2018-3922(IT)ISpafford v. HMQ, 2018-3928(IT)I – Tax Court of Canada (Appellant allowed all interest expenses)