• LL.B., Osgoode Hall Law School
  • B.Sc., Double Major Computer Science and English, University of Toronto

Elisabeth Symons is Counsel to the firm. She practises information technology law.

Practice Areas

Elisabeth helps public and private sector organizations to understand the legal issues that they face relating to technology and address them in creative and practical ways that help them to meet their objectives. She assists clients with: (i) a wide variety of technology agreements; (ii) procurement of technology; (iii) issues relating to distressed technology projects; and (iv) Internet issues.


  • Best Lawyers in Canada, LAWYER OF THE YEAR for Information Technology Law in Toronto, 2022
  • Best Lawyers in Canada, Information Technology Law, 2021
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, Repeatedly Recommended for Computer & IT Law

Professional Affiliations

  • Canadian Bar Association (Ontario); Information Technology and Intellectual Property Section (Member, Former Chair)
  • Canadian Bar Association (Ontario); Privacy and Access (Member)
  • International Technology Law Association (Member, Co-vice Chair of the Interactive Entertainment and Media Committee)
  • Canadian Technology Law Association (Member, Former Vice President, Former Director)
  • Toronto Computer Lawyers’ Group (Member, Past Chair)
  • American Bar Association (Member)


October 26, 2023

On October 26, 2023, DWW Partner Olalekan (Wole) Akinremi  will moderate a panel titled “Understanding Obligations, Weighing Risks and Preparing for Change Under the Proposed Critical Cyber Systems Protection Act” at the 2023 CAN-TECH Law Fall Conference.

Join Wole and a panel of seasoned technology lawyers as they discuss:

October 25, 2023

Deeth Williams Wall LLP is proud to sponsor the upcoming 2023 CAN-TECH Law Fall Conference at the Hart House in Toronto on October 25th - October 26th, 2023.

Come join members of DWW’s Technology Practice Group at the 2023 CAN-TECH Law Fall Conference.

November 16, 2022

Dealing with legal risk is part of lawyers’ daily lives.  It is integral, ever expanding and growing more complex as technology evolves, businesses models shift, interconnectedness increases and legal regimes change.