Academic & Professional Tribunals

Bytensky Shikhman Criminal Lawyers are committed to assisting clients facing academic misconduct hearings and professional tribunals.

While not strictly criminal in nature, if you have ever been accused of breaching the rules of a college, university, or professional organization, you may have been given a strong taste of what it is like to face criminal prosecution.

These self-regulating organizations can expel persons from their memberships denying you the right to an education or effectively terminating your career.

Bytensky  Shikhman Criminal Law Firm can assist you in hearings before academic and professional governing bodies, bringing to the table all of their criminal defence experience. In addition to our professional credentials, brings a wealth of insider knowledge gleaned from his years of volunteer experience as a committee member of a local private high school and former Governor of York University.

Has also sat on numerous other volunteer boards and committees including the Research Ethics Board of North York General Hospital making him a prime choice for doctors and others in the Regulated Health Professionals field who are facing criminal charges or administrative investigation.

A criminal defence lawyer will make every effort to answer your questions promptly and personally – you will not be shuffled around through layers of staff. When our lawyers are in court, our office staff will respond to your concerns immediately and professionally. Bytensky Shikhman welcomes the opportunity to be your criminal lawyer. Don’t waste time, call now to consult with us.

Our Lawyers

If you or someone you know has been accused of breaching the rules of a college, university, or professional organization, you are invited to contact us to arrange for an initial client interview.
One of our experienced lawyers will sit down with you to discuss your academic or professional tribunal case and give you a preliminary assessment of its strengths and weaknesses.

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