Beck Rubin Law is focused on providing solutions when it comes to your family law matters. Our philosophy is that every legal problem has a legal solution. By focusing on solutions we strive to find a path forward for our clients as effectively as possible while keeping legal costs down.
Max B. Rubin, Principal
J.D., B.A. (Honours)
Max is the principal lawyer at Beck Rubin Law. He prides himself on being a natural problem solver. He knows that no matter the problem, there is always a path forward. This philosophy flows throughout his professional career and legal practice.
Max recognizes that the best solutions are not always found in the courtroom, but through dialogue and creative solutions. He is driven to meet client expectations by focusing on the big picture and looking for out-of-the-box solutions. Offering a competitive billable rate, limited scope retainers, and flat fee services, he always aims to exceed client expectations while keeping their legal costs low.
Max holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor and an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University in Politics and History. While in law school, Max volunteered with the Community Legal Aid clinic, participated in two national mooting competitions, and held a position on the executive editorial board of the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, Windsor Law’s student-run and peer-reviewed interdisciplinary law journal. He was also a recipient of the Igor Kaplan Memorial Award. Max summered with U.S. Silver and Gold (TSX: USA) in their in-house legal department and completed his articles with a top-tier Family Law Boutique in Toronto.
Prior to attending law school, Max worked for several years in politics at the federal and provincial levels. Through these opportunities, Max learned how to face challenges head on and always find solutions to even the most complex of situations.
Outside of the office, Max remains active in his community as Chair of the Wychwood Barns Community Association, attending Toronto Raptors games, reading and discussing current affairs, and by spending time with family and friends.