Mr. Drudi attended York University and received an undergraduate degree in Economics in 1982. Thereafter, he attended and later graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1985. After his call to the Bar in 1987, Mr. Drudi specialized in the field of civil litigation and has spent the last decade concentrating in the area of construction law. In 1993, recognizing a need for specialized litigation lawyers outside of the downtown core, and not affiliated with any firm of solicitors, Mr. Drudi and Mr. Alexiou founded the firm to provide exclusively litigation to their clients.
Over the years Mr. Drudi has appeared before all levels of Courts and Tribunals across Ontario. Mr. Drudi believes that his mandate on all files is simple: dispute resolution through any means available whether that be through judicial intervention, mediation, arbitration and/or informal settlement discussions.
When not practicing law, Mr. Drudi can be found cycling, playing tennis, boating but mostly just appreciating the small things and big things that life has to offer.
He continues to be a contributing member or sponsor of many organizations including World Vision, Sunnybrook Hospital and the Gwendolyn Park Tennis Association.