I live in Thunder Bay with my wife Donna. I began practicing in Thunder Bay in 1969 when I was called to the bar after graduating Law School from Osgoode Hall Law School. I have had practices in Thunder Bay, Atikokan, Marathon and Geraldton. I have been the president of the Thunder Bay Law Assocation, Chair of the Thunder Bay Regional Research Institute, and Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. I have also been active with the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce. I have practiced real estate, corporate/commercial, Wills, estates and Aboriginal law for over 40 years, and work part time with the office.

   Brenda’s note:  Keith is a well respected member of the bar and recipient of the Law Society’s Lincoln Alexander award for legal and community service - 2012, Ontario Bicentennial Medal - 1984, Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada - 1993. He also has the street entrance to the Thunder Bay Regional Hospital named after him “Keith Jobbitt Way” for all of the hours he has dedicated to making the regional hospital a reality.


Dryden, Ontario

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