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Anthony Sangiuliano Joins Lenczner Slaght

January 6, 2020

Lenczner Slaght is excited to welcome Anthony Sangiuliano as our new research associate.

Anthony joined the firm after advancing to candidacy in his doctoral studies the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell University. His dissertation research focuses on the law and ethics of antidiscrimination. His doctoral research has refined his ability to dissect and construct rigorous arguments with creativity and insight into effective litigation strategy. The Canadian Bar Association recognized his legal research capabilities by awarding him its most prestigious academic fellowship for lawyers pursuing post-graduate studies.

Called to the Bar of Ontario in 2016, Anthony developed his litigation skills while articling alongside some of Ontario’s top constitutional litigators at the Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario and as a law clerk to the judges of the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Combining practical legal experience with the mind of an academic, Anthony will play a key role in delivering the solutions our clients need to the most challenging legal puzzles.

Welcome, Anthony!

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Anthony Sangiuliano

Lenczner Slaght

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Osgoode Hall Law School

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