Meet Our Students

Articling Students

Summer Students

As students, you get the chance to be directly involved in client work and project teams. For example, patent prosecution students regularly meet with inventors and work with our associates and partners from the very start to put together the first drafts of patent applications. Trademark students conduct investigations to identify infringing and counterfeit products. Litigation students go to discoveries, motions, trials, and appeals. All our students meet and work directly with our clients.

Students receive work assignments from various lawyers and agents throughout the firm, which is a great opportunity to connect with some of Canada’s top IP practitioners. We have three offices in Ontario and one in Quebec and our students can work with and learn from lawyers and agents in every office. While students are hired into a practice group (trademarks, patent prosecution, litigation), they receive work assignments from lawyers across the different practice groups and are encouraged to take on work from other practice groups.

Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson

University of New Brunswick
Rutherford  Exius

Rutherford Exius

McGill University
Kyungwon Ha

Kyungwon Ha

University of Toronto
Hasnain Hasni

Hasnain Hasni

University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Ontario Tech University)
Michael Kovacevic

Michael Kovacevic

University of Western Ontario/Western University
Manvinder Lalh

Manvinder Lalh

University of Toronto
Ashley Lam

Ashley Lam

University of Waterloo
Hailey Min

Hailey Min

McGill University
Coralee Ridder

Coralee Ridder

Memorial University of Newfoundland

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