About Mallory Law 


Prior to becoming a lawyer, Jason earned his Honours Business Administration degree from Ivey Business School at Western University where he graduated on the Dean’s Honour List. After working as a marketing manager, Jason returned to Western obtaining his law degree (Juris Doctor). While in law school, Jason earned an award for achieving the highest standing in Estate Planning.

Jason focuses his law practice in the areas of Farm Law, Real Estate, Estate Planning and Administration, and Business Law. Jason provides free legal information seminars to the community on these topics.

When he is not busy with his family, including his wife and two sons, Jason is a member of the Howard J. Rees Foundation and volunteers with the YMCA of Chatham-Kent Celebration of Youth Committee.

Jason enjoys fishing, hunting, boating, snowboarding and home renovations.

Membership & Honours:
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Kent Law Association
  • Juris Doctor, Western Law, Western University, London, Ontario
  • Recipient Margaret E. Rintoul Award in Estate Planning (highest standing in Estate Planning)
  • Honours Business Administration Degree, Ivey Business School, Western University, London, Ontario (Dean’s Honour List)
Neil e. wood, q.c., b.a., llb lawyer (REtired)

Neil retired in 2019, after providing more than 55 years of legal services to our community. He provided legal services since 1962 in the areas of Real Estate, Business Law, Estate Planning and Administration, and Powers of Attorney.

Neil obtained his undergraduate degree at the University of Manitoba and his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto. He was appointed a Queen’s Counsel in 1975. He has been honored with receiving the LexisNexis Maximum Peer Review Rating. This rating indicates Neil’s high legal ability and ethics.

Neil is the author of Law Office Fires, Canadian Bar Association, Ottawa; The Acquisition of Farm Real Estate and Farm Assets, Ontario Bar Association, Toronto; Special Concerns and Transactions Involving Rural Land, Ontario Bar Association, Toronto.

Neil was a member of the Canadian Bar Association, National Executive, 1985-87 (Chairman, Management Committee, 1986-87); Canadian Bar Association, Ontario (Chairman, Membership and Communications Committee, 1982-85); Kent Law Association (President, 1983); Blenheim Community Golf Club (Past President); Chatham Kent Community Foundation (Director-At Large, Past Secretary); The Howard J. Rees Foundation (Director & Secretary).

Neil has lectured to lawyers on various real estate and commercial law topics at Ontario Bar Association seminars held in London, Hamilton, Barrie and Kingston. He has shared his vast knowledge and legal expertise at numerous Blenheim public speaking engagements focusing on real estate, wills, estate planning and business law.

Neil is married to Janet Mallory-Wood and has four accomplished children (Dr. David, Noelle, Dr. Andrea and Daryl). He enjoys tennis, golfing, jogging, skiing, politics, movies and jazz music.