Andrew M. Beney

Ontario Bar Admission 2021


Andrew M. Beney


Andrew joined Pavey Law LLP’s litigation and dispute resolution group as an associate lawyer in 2021 after completing his articles with the firm. Andrew applies his analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills developed from his engineering background to provide practical and cost-effective solutions for his clients’ litigation, construction and employment-related legal needs.

Andrew received an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Applied Science in Engineering from the University of Guelph prior to receiving his law degree from Western University Faculty of Law. During his time at Western, Andrew developed a passion for advocacy during his participation in the Winkler Class Actions Moot and the Arnup Cup.

Outside of work, Andrew is a regional soccer referee with Ontario Soccer where he regularly officiates in League1 Ontario. He also loves backcountry canoeing, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.

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Andrew is a member of the Shades Mill Law Association (Cambridge), the Waterloo Region Law Association, as well as the Law Society of Ontario.

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Dear Clients and Visitors,

At Pavey, Law LLP the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, clients, contacts, and colleagues is foremost in our minds as we continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 outbreak.

To do our part to reduce the risk of, we have adjusted our business operations by implementing the following protocols:

The firm has limited client meetings to urgent matters only and moved to teleconferencing where appropriate. Clients will be contacted directly to make alternative meeting arrangements or to reschedule.
If you are attending our office for an urgent meeting and/or delivery, no client or visitor shall be permitted into our office, if:

  • They have traveled internationally or have been in close contact with someone who has travelled internationally any time in the past 14 days; or
  • They have any reason to believe that they might otherwise have been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days; or
  • They are exhibiting any symptoms of infection (e.g. fever, dry cough, shortness of breath or other breathing difficulties).


Should the outbreak result in a full office closure, we have a contingency plan to implement remote work capabilities and have the technology to ensure our accounting systems and data are available and secure. By modifying our operations and working remotely, our lawyers and staff will continue to be responsive to your legal and business needs.

Limited access into our Reception will be permitted to exchange documents and to accept deliveries and payments.


We wish everyone well as we collectively navigate this global health challenge.

Pavey Law LLP