Aly Háji


He’s a lawyer, he’s an MBA, he’s ALY HAJI! While Aly has an “impeccable pedigree”, he’s no pampered pooch! We think of him as a modern Renaissance man, with a mastery of the sciences, law, and business strategy. Aly graduated from McGill University with Common and Civil Law degrees and an MBA, clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada, and then completed a Masters in Law at the University of Cambridge with a focus on regulatory law and artificial intelligence. Are you tired yet? Before this academic sojourn, Aly was trained as a pharmacist at the University of Toronto. After collecting five (5!) degrees, he acted as a prosecutor for various regulatory and health colleges, including the College of Pharmacists and College of Teachers. After that, Aly practiced at a high-end Bay Street litigation boutique amongst their “apex litigators.” He has also developed theories of regulation for the federal government and published articles in leading regulatory journals. A self-professed “nerd”, with a penchant for a fine pen (sorry: “writing instrument”) and a Kaiju movie, Aly has a special interest in the use of AI in law and regulation, and the intersection of public policy and regulatory frameworks. Aly truly can’t be pigeon-holed; with his insatiable thirst for knowledge and his practical, passionate advocacy, Aly has the special interest and unique skills to represent healthcare professionals and other regulated professionals in employment and disciplinary matters. He is a force to be reckoned with.


  • Professional Discipline
  • Health Law
  • Administrative and Public Law
  • Employment Law
  • Injunctions and Urgent Interim Orders
  • Health Policy Development and Strategy

Representative Cases

  • ICCRC v Ebid, 2021 ICCRC 4, 2021 ICCRC 13 – obtained findings of conduct unbecoming and professional misconduct, and the revocation of the Member’s license to practice, in contested proceedings before the College of Immigration Consultants of Canada.
  • Dentalcorp Health Services Ltd. et al v Arsalan Poorsina et al., 2023 ONSC 3531 – obtained finding of a strong prima facie case for the enforcement of provincial non-competition and non-solicitation clauses in a matter involving the sale of dental practices.
  • Sylvia Asa v UHN, 2023 ONSC 1756 – defended motion brought by the plaintiff physician for a significant amount of additional time for examination for discovery in proceedings related to wrongful termination from a major healthcare institution.
  • Obtained resolution of multiple complex matters, including matters involving sexual misconduct, before the Ontario College of Pharmacists (e.g., OCP v Hanna, 2022 ONCPDC 11) and Ontario College of Teachers (e.g., OCT v Morphet, 2021 ONOCT 97).


  • BSc.Phm (Hons.), University of Toronto (2013)
  • JD-BCL, McGill University (2017)
  • MBA, McGill University (2017)
  • Law Clerk at Supreme Court of Canada (2018-2019)
  • LL.M, University of Cambridge (2020)
  • Call to the Bar: 2019 (Ontario)



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