Brian Horlick is a graduate of McGill University where he obtained his B.Comm., B.C.L. and LL.B. degrees. He was admitted to the Law Society of Ontario (formerly the Law Society of Upper Canada) in 1984. He holds the ACCI designation (Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute) and the FCCI designation (Fellow of the Canadian Condominium Institute).
Brian is the the team principal at Horlick Condominium Law and practices extensively in the area of condominium law. He frequently conducts presentations and educational seminars on condominium-related issues. He is a regular lecturer for the Canadian Condominium Institute and condominium management companies and is a regular presenter at the annual ACMO/CCI Condominium Conference. He regularly writes for a number of publications that cater to the condominium community including Condominium Manager Magazine and the CondoVoice.
Brian is also a long-time director and past President of CCI's Toronto and area Chapter. He presently serves on the CCI Communications Committee and the ACMO/CCI Conference Committee.
Brian served on the joint ACMO/CCI Government Relations Committee for many years to ensure that the voice of the condominium community was heard by the provincial government. On October 29, 2015, he presented his recommendations on Bill 106 (Protecting Condominium Owners Act, 2015) to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs, Legislative Assembly of Ontario.