Jonathon Barnett grew up in London, Ontario. He attended Oakridge Secondary School and played a season with the Strathroy Rockets when he was 16. He attended McGill University for his undergraduate degree where he completed a double major in economics and psychology, with great distinction. He completed his law degree at the University of Western Ontario, graduating in 2012. Jon completed his articles with Lerners LLP in London and was called to the bar in 2013.
Jon’s practice is focused on business law, real estate and succession planning.
Outside of the office Jon enjoys spending time with his wife and three sons. He also continues to play hockey and squash, when he can find the time.
Memberships – Law Society of Upper Canada, Ontario Bar Association, Middlesex Law Association, Middlesex Hospital Alliance Board of Directors and London Run for Ovarian Cancer Board of Directors.
Brad joined Quinlan & Somerville in 2012 where he began focusing on Real Estate as well as Wills and Estates under the guidance of Charlene Quinlan, until her retirement.
Born in the small town of Delhi, Ontario, Brad has found practicing in Strathroy an excellent fit and often speaks at local Will and Estate seminars and Real Estate workshops.
Brad has an Honours BA in History and a BA in Psychology from the University of Western Ontario. Brad graduated from the University of Western Faculty of Law in 2010 and Articled with a medium sized firm in London.
Brad holds professional memberships in the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Middlesex Law Association.
Arthur Quinlan was born and raised in Strathroy, Ontario. He attended Our Lady Immaculate primary school and Strathroy District Collegiate Institute secondary school.
He attended University of Toronto and The University of Western Ontario, majoring in commerce and mathematics before entering law school at The University of Western Ontario, graduating in 1982.
He articled in the Kitchener Waterloo area with Gowlings, and was called to the bar in 1984. Arthur retired March 31, 2017 from active practice in order to spend more time doing the things he loves outside of the law.