Condominium lawyer Audrey Loeb has been appointed to the Order of Ontario. In addition to being a partner at Shibley Righton LLP, she is an educator, author, and consumer advocate—and one of the first advocates of condominium law reform.
She is passionately committed to improving the experience of those buying and living in condominiums in Ontario. As Professor Emeritus of Law, she spent 28 years teaching at Ryerson’s School of Business Management. She is also founder of the Weekend to End Breast Cancer.
Loeb is included among 22 new appointments to the 2019 Order of Ontario, which was announced on January 1.
The Order of Ontario is the province’s most prestigious honour and recognizes individuals whose exceptional achievements have left a lasting legacy in the province, in Canada, and beyond. Members come from all walks of life, represent diverse fields of endeavour, and have played an important role in shaping the province. 798 people have been appointed to the Order of Ontario since its establishment in 1986.