• Murray is a great problem- solver, because he’s a great listener. He absorbs everything and is able to guide the discussion to common ground. He’s wise, thoughtful - and a brilliant lawyer.

    Former Chief Justice of the Ontario Superior Court , Patrick J. LeSage
  • As Secretary of Cabinet, when presented with an urgent problem that had multiple complexities and needed a creative solution, I would often seek Murray’s assistance. He never let me down...

    Former Secretary of Cabinet, Head of Ontario Civil Service, Shelly Jamieson
  • Murray’s influence in the Ontario Public Service and the broader legal community cannot be overstated.

    Attorney General of Ontario, John Gerretsen
  • Murray Segal is a strategic, innovative and inspiring leader – who also has an uncanny ability to see the big picture when others are focusing on the small details.

    Former Attorney General of Ontario, Michael Bryant
  • Murray Segal provides the entire ministry with exceptional leadership – I’d like to thank him for his sage advice and guidance. We all benefit from it, myself included.

    Former Attorney General of Ontario, Chris Bentley

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Every Problem Has a Solution



Former Deputy Attorney General of Ontario.
Former Chief Prosecutor of Ontario.
Over 30 years of experience as a lawyer, executive, and advisor to governments.

Murray Segal, former Deputy Attorney General and former Chief Prosecutor of Ontario, has over 30 years of experience as a lawyer, senior executive, and trusted advisor. He provides legal, consulting, and dispute resolution services. With Murray’s depth of experience, every problem has a solution. 



    In 2020, he co-authored a Review of OPP Workplace Culture for the Ministry of the Solicitor General, Ontario.

    In 2019, he issued a Report reviewing the extradition of Dr. Hassan Diab.

    In 2018, he co-authored a Review of Bail Practices in Ontario.

    In 2017, he provided a Report on the Duty of Candor owed to the Federal Court bythe federal Department of Justice/CSIS.

    In 2017, he performed a Review of the Criminal Justice Branch, British Columbia.

    In May, 2017 participated in armchair discussion for Federal, Provincial, Territorial Ministers on delay in criminal courts in Alberta.

    In January 2016, he was appointed to the Independent Board for Senate Appointments.

    In November, 2015, he was appointed as Director of CMHA, Greater Toronto. In September, 2014, he was appointed as trustee of CAMH.

    In October, 2015, Murray Segal released his report as Independent Reviewer on behalf of the Province of Nova Scotia on the actions of the police and prosecution services in the handling of the initial investigation of the Rehtaeh Parsons Case.

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