Joseph Dart is a partner at Bergeron Clifford LLP. He graduated from Yale University in New Haven, CT., in 2001, where he played for four years as a defenseman on the varsity hockey team. He graduated from Queen’s University Law School in 2005, where he received several course prizes.
Joseph was called to the bar in 2006, and began his legal career as a crown prosecutor in the Crown Attorney’s Office, first in Scarborough, and later in Belleville, where he worked on various high-profile criminal cases. During his time with the Crown’s Office, Joseph litigated many cases in both the provincial and superior courts of Ontario.
Joseph and his family moved to Kingston and he joined a local firm in 2011, where he gained tremendous experience while practicing civil litigation in a variety of areas, including personal injury. He successfully represented clients at various courts and tribunals.
Joseph joined Bergeron Clifford in 2015, and represents plaintiffs in negligence, medical malpractice and auto cases.
Joseph is a proud member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Frontenac Law Association, the Ontario Bar Association, the County of Carleton Law Association, The Advocates’ Society, and the County of Lanark Law Association. He also coaches the moot court trial advocacy team at Queen’s Law at both the Arnup and Sopinka Cup annual competitions.