Krum joined KSB as an associate in August 2015. He graduated from Osgoode Law School in 2014 and was called to the Bar in 2015. Krum articled, and prior to that, worked as a summer law student, with the Ontario Regional Office of Department of Justice Canada and the Public Prosecution Service of Canada in Toronto. While working for the federal government, Krum rotated through the Anti-Organized Crime Team, where he worked on major wire-tap files, including two high-profile terrorism prosecutions. Krum also worked with the federal trial office, and completed two court clerkships, including one with the very busy family court in North York.
Krum graduated from Dalhousie University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in History. As an undergraduate student, he completed an international exchange in the University of Glasgow, and the Foundation Year Program at the University of King's College in Halifax.
Krum is an active volunteer with Luke's Place, and a per diem Duty Counsel with the Oshawa family court. In 2016, Krum also served as a federal prosecutor for the Region of York. As a result of his experience working in the family, civil and criminal courts, and with a large number of clients dealing with high-conflict separations, Krum understands the importance of counsel in managing crisis and creating a plan to move a case forward. While both practical and focused on resolution where this will protect a client's bottom-line, Krum is also not afraid of litigation where it is necessary.
Osgoode Hall Law School J.D. 2014
Dalhousie University - B.A. 2011
University of Glasgow - Internation exchange-2010
University of King's College-Foundation Year Program-2007
Canadian Bar Association
Durham Region Law Association
Mr. Dochev is a volunteer for Luke's Place pro bono clinic
Phone: 905-579-5302 ext. 214