CONSTANZA PAUCHULO is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.

Constanza's growing litigation practice covers a range of areas, including professional liability, class actions and commercial disputes. In addition to gaining litigation experience at the firm, Constanza spent part of her articling year seconded to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), where she assisted with matters before the Consent and Capacity Board, the Superior Court of Justice and the College of Nurses.

Before joining the firm, Constanza participated in the Poverty Law Intensive Program at Osgoode Hall Law School, which included a work semester in the Immigration and Refugee Division of Parkdale Community Legal Services. She also spent a summer in the Philippines assisting a non-government organization in the area of child protection law.

Constanza represented Osgoode Hall at the International Criminal Court Trial Competition, earning recognition as Best Oralist in the North American preliminary rounds. Her team placed first overall and went on to reach the finals of the global competition in The Hague, Netherlands.

Bar Admissions:
Ontario (2013)
Osgoode Hall Law School (2012) JD
York University (2009) MA (Honours - Social and Political Thought)
McMaster University (2007) BA