Shayan Shaffie offers relentless, results-driven criminal advocacy across Southern Ontario.


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Defending All Charges

We defend all criminal and DUI charges across Southern Ontario - from drinking and driving to homicide.

There When You Need it Most

We pride ourselves on service. That's why you can depend on answered phone calls and returned messages.

Sensible Legal Fees

Our legal fees won't break the bank - and we'll walk you through each service you need, and those you don't.


Excellence in Representation.

Shayan Shaffie is a relentless, strategic, results-driven criminal lawyer defending Canadians against all criminal and regulatory charges.

A graduate of the University of Toronto Law School, Mr. Shaffie learned criminal law from the best practitioners of his time. After graduation, he articled for the Ministry of the Attorney General and served as Crown counsel in Hamilton and Scarborough before establishing Shaffie Law. Today, he achieves exceptional results in every criminal case, without compromising client-centric service, flexible fees and the highest professional standards.

Mr. Shaffie's special areas of concentration include DUI and drug impaired cases, sexual assault trials, major firearms and drug-trafficking cases, domestic assault, regulatory and student discipline, white collar crime, and complex bail matters

Mr. Shayan Shaffie, Barrister & Solicitor J.D., B.A. Hons., University of Toronto  


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Shaffie Law

130 Spadina Ave., Suite 606

Toronto, ON M5V 2L4

Toll Free    1 833 742 3343

Office    (647) 500 5186

Fax    (416) 361 9443

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