Creighton Law LLP: Established in 1885

Creighton Law LLP is one of the oldest law firms in Canada, and the oldest in the Durham Region.

The firm was founded by John Frederick Grierson, the son of Oshawa's first police magistrate, who was joined by T. Kelso Creighton in 1919. A succession of highly successful, community-minded Lawyers has formed the backbone of our firm since the beginning. Many of them have held positions of great responsibility in the military, have served as Crown Attorneys, or have been appointed Judges.

Creighton Law LLP Lawyers continue to carry on the tradition of community involvement. Our Lawyers are or have been contributing to numerous community service clubs, arts and culture, charitable and sporting organizations including Lakeridge Health Foundation, Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs, Big Sisters, Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre, United Way, Ontario Philharmonic, Pan Am Games and many other valuable organizations serving our community.

Over the last 130 years our firm has maintained its dedication to our core values of professionalism, ethics and integrity in providing representation to clients in the Durham Region and surrounding areas. We take our clients' trust seriously. We take our firm's history seriously, and are grateful for the reputation of excellence built by the partners who came before us. We strive to live up to it and build upon it.

Our office, located close to the courthouse, with free parking and near public transportation, is designed to put our clients at ease. We provide comprehensive legal services. Our clients are able to access help and obtain legal assistance from our experienced team of legal professionals.

Legal services are offered in English and French. We also provide Notarial services to our clients.

For more information about our individual practitioners, please see their profiles below.

We are one of the oldest law firms in Canada, and are proud of our tradition of excellence. Contact us at 1-800-216-4970 or through our online form.