James Tomlinson grew up in Jamaica, West Indies, on a farm. James' father wanted him to be a farmer like himself, however young James had other ideas. At seventeen, James joined the Police Cadets, and graduated in the top percentile of his class. Subsequently, James applied for a position in the Jamaica Police Force, was accepted, thus successfully completed the training. He graduated second in his class and was assigned to "Special Branch" where he worked until he resigned and immigrated to Canada in 1974.
Upon arriving in Canada, James realized that getting full-time employment was not easy. He eventually obtained employment as a security guard for Allied Security Limited. James was quickly promoted to an office positon, where he eventually became a supervisor. James was was encouraged by his employer to pursue his education and he did so vigorously. Before long, he was enrolled in Accounting and Finance at Centennial College, he excelled in that area and was again promoted to an accounting position in the company. After leaving Allied Security Limited, James worked for the Federal Government in Medical Services Branch, Toronto, Ontario, in the Finance Department. Throughout that period, James attended night school, while working full-time. James graduated from York University in June of 1990, with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics. During his final year of his Bachelor's Program, James applied to Law School. He was accepted to the University of Windsor Law School.
James attended the University of Windsor Law School, and successfully completed the law curriculum. James graduated from Law School, in 1993, completed Phase One of the Bar Admission Program, Articled (Phase Two), and subsequently, completed Phase Three of the Bar Admission Course. James was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1995, and he has practiced law as a sole practioner in the areas referred to on the Services Offered section of this website.
James' commitment to service excellence motivated him to returned to law school. In 2007, he enrolled in the Master of Laws programme - Law of Trusts at Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, Ontario. He satisfied the prescribed requirements for the degree of Master of Laws and graduated in October 2009.
James Tomlinson is commited to acting with integrity in all aspects of delivering legal services to his clients. James believes in honouring his commitments to his clients. James will earn your trust by handling each transaction expieditiously, accurately and efficiently. He treats each relationship with his clients as a partnership. James was actively engaged in presenting seminars on "The Many Faces of Fraud" involving Titles and Mortgages, and provides solutions for fighting these problems.
Although James infrequently participates in seminars involving mortgage and title frauds, he is very current in the developments in this ever growing and expanding area of fraud and identity theft. He has developed the reputation as the "Lawyer of Choice" in matters relating to mortgage and title fraud and identity thefts.
"Quality is my bottom line. I am committed to service excellence, and I treat every relationship as a partnership."