Henry Ngan is an associate in the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, where he practices in the Health Law Group. As an advocate, Henry defends healthcare institutions and their employees in connection with civil liability claims and administrative law proceedings such as human rights complaints, regulatory investigations, and inquests. Henry also advises his clients on a variety of risk, quality, compliance and incident-related matters.
Prior to joining BLG in 2016, Henry was an associate in the litigation department of a national law firm. Between 2013 and 2014, he held legal positions in the public sector, first as judicial law clerk to the Honourable Justice Catherine Kane of the Federal Court (Canada), then as counsel at the Constitutional Law Branch of the Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario).
Henry completed his articles at a large commercial law firm. He holds both Common Law and Civil Law degrees from McGill University.
Active in the community, Henry is currently a member of the Quality Committee of Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care, a multisite long-term care facility, and a Board Member of Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services, a community health clinic in Toronto. He also served as an executive with the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers, and as duty counsel with Pro Bono Law Ontario.