Jeffery Couse


Jeffery Couse obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Toronto, graduating with distinction. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Couse completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree at Wilfrid Laurier University, and a Master of Arts degree at the University of Toronto, both in history.

While at law school, Mr. Couse served as a senior editor for the Journal of International Law and International Relations. He also volunteered in the criminal division of the University’s legal aid clinic, Downtown Legal Services, and served as a panel member for the Academic Misconduct Tribunal. His team won best overall at the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot in 2015.

Mr. Couse is experienced in criminal trials and appeals. After his second year of law school, Mr. Couse summered at the Crown Law Office – Criminal, where he worked on criminal appeals for the Ministry of the Attorney General. After graduating from law school, he clerked at the Superior Court of Justice in Toronto, assisting judges on a wide range of issues that arose during criminal trials.

Mr. Couse can be reached directly at or 647.766.0934.


“Jackpot”: The Hang-Up Holding Back the Residual Category of Abuse of Process” (2017) 40 Manitoba Law Journal 3, at pp. 164-190