Mannu focuses his litigation practice on commercial, administrative and constitutional law disputes.
In his administrative and public law practice, Mannu has acted for both public and private sector clients on applications for judicial review, motions, and appeals. He has litigated and advised on a variety of Charter
and federalism issues, including on the fundamental freedoms, equality rights, section 7 interests, and language rights. He conducted independent reviews on public policy matters for universities and acted as presenting counsel before the Ontario Judicial Council. Mannu currently teaches constitutional law as a part-time lecturer at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law.
In his commercial law practice, Mannu has experience acting in complex breach of contract cases and shareholder disputes, including oppression cases. He also has acted on urgent injunctions.
Mannu has appeared at all levels of court in Ontario and has argued before the Federal Court, the Ontario Divisional Court, and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Prior to joining Paliare Roland, Mannu was an associate at a national firm, where he litigated commercial and public law matters. He was also a law clerk at the Federal Court of Canada. Mannu received his J.D. from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law and his M.Sc. from Oxford University.
University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, J.D., 2017
University of Oxford, M.Sc., 2013
University of Toronto, B.A., 2011