James Zegers is one of London, Ontario's most experienced criminal lawyers
London Criminal Lawyer
James Zegers received his law degree in 1993 from the University of Western Ontario. In his final year he attended at the University of Leiden and received a certificate in European Community Law. He is a Past President of the Middlesex Law Association, and in 2020 won the Federation of Ontario Law Associations President's Award for demonstrating leadership, creativity, and innovation through his work with the Association. He is a member of the Ontario Criminal Lawyers Association, the Advocates' Society, and the London Criminal Lawyers' Association.
A former teacher, James Zegers served as an adjunct professor at Brescia College, where he taught Criminal and Business Law.
Born and raised in rural Oxford County in the heart of southwestern Ontario, James Zegers understands real people and the problems they face. His wide-ranging interests give him a unique perspective and a wide breadth of knowledge, both of criminal law and life, which he regularly applies in his criminal law practice.
James is also active as a volunteer in his community. He is a past and founding member of the organizing committee for Court House Rocks, an annual fundraising event that has raised over $500,000 for London Lawyers Feed the Hungry. He was a member of the Middlesex Law Association Board of Trustees from 2015 to 2021 and served as president from 2019 to 2020. More recently he served as Treasurer for the London Criminal Lawyers Association.