Anthony Reitboeck obtained an undergraduate degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from the University of Ottawa and a degree in law from the University of Calgary, where he was a founding member of the University of Calgary Innocence Project. He then articled and practiced at a small firm in Eastern Ontario, then at another small firm in Niagara before opening Gibson & Reitboeck LLP. He has a general practice, with a primary focus in the areas of corporate/commercial law, family and child protection law, and wills and estates.
He currently serves on the board of directors of Women’s Place of South Niagara and as a lay minister in his church. He has previously served on the boards of directors of Community Living Fort Erie and of the Winchester District Memorial Hospital as well as volunteering in numerous other positions in his local church. He is also currently the president of the Fort Erie Bar Association and serves on the executive committee of the Welland County Law Association.
He lives with his wife and three children.