Harry Fine was formerly an adjudicator with the Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal, (the predecessor agency to the Landlord and Tenant Board), until November of 2004. In addition to Board work, Harry will do enforcement of Landlord and Tenant Board orders through the Sheriff's office, as well as debt collection and trials through the Small Claims Court. Harry has expert knowledge of Landlord and Tenant law and administrative law, as well as an understanding of how the Human Rights Code and other statutes and common law doctrine come into play when arguing at the Landlord and Tenant Board. In addition, while an adjudicator Harry was a member of the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators, and the Canadian Counsel of Administrative Tribunals. Harry was also appointed by the Federal Minister of Justice to a pro bono position on the Federal Judicial Advisory Committee that made recommendations to the Minister of Justice with respect to the appointment of Superior Court judges. This is a prestigious and highly coveted appointment. Harry also has obtained his certification in Alternative Dispute Resolution through an intensive program as part of a project of the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor.
Harry is Past President of the Landlord's Self-Help Centre and has lectured to aspiring paralegals at Humber College on the topic of landlord and tenant law. Harry is an approved education provider for the Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton, Oakville and Brantford Real Estate Boards delivering a training course as part of realtors' continuing education requirement, dealing with landlord and tenant law. He has recently been published in the prestigious Law Times magazine with his take on the inequities in the current legislation as well as in the Condo Voice magazine. In December of 2007, Harry was part of an expert panel speaking to lawyers from across Ontario through a Law Society of Upper Canada continuing legal education program.