Sean Coughlin 

Sean Coughlin

Toronto
Brookfield Place, Suite 4400
181 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3

t: 647.943.8070
e: sean.coughlin@mcmillan.ca

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Sean is an associate in the firm's Commercial Real Estate Group. He is developing a practice in all areas of commercial real estate, including the acquisition and disposition of all types of real property, financing, secured lending, condominium law and development, commercial leasing, and municipal land use and planning. 


Sean joined McMillan as a summer student in 2014 and completed his articles with the firm in 2016. 

On graduation from Queen's University in 2015, Sean was the recipient of the Dean's Key award. During his time in law school, Sean was highly involved in student government, including serving as the President of the Queen's Law Students' Society in his graduating year. 

Prior to attending law school, Sean worked for the Federal Government at what is now Global Affairs Canada (formerly Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada) in Ottawa.

Presentations

Education

  • Queen's University, J.D. - 2015

Year Of Call

  • Ontario - 2016

Practices

immobilier commercial
location immobilière
acquisitions et aliénations immobilières
financement immobilier

Industries

immobilier commercial
banques, finances et assurances
partenariats public-privé (PPP)

Directorships and Professional Associations

  • Queen's Law Dean's Key Award, 2015 and Queen's Law Spirit Award

Sean is an associate in the firm's Commercial Real Estate Group. He is developing a practice in all areas of commercial real estate, including the acquisition and disposition of all types of real property, financing, secured lending, condominium law and development, commercial leasing, and municipal land use and planning. 


Sean joined McMillan as a summer student in 2014 and completed his articles with the firm in 2016. 

On graduation from Queen's University in 2015, Sean was the recipient of the Dean's Key award. During his time in law school, Sean was highly involved in student government, including serving as the President of the Queen's Law Students' Society in his graduating year. 

Prior to attending law school, Sean worked for the Federal Government at what is now Global Affairs Canada (formerly Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada) in Ottawa.

Avril 2019
"As Is" Clauses – Not All "As Is" It Would Appear To Be
(seulement disponible en anglais)
16th Real Estate Law Summit- Law Society of Ontario