Laurel D. Hogg


Laurel* always goes the extra mile. With a litigation practice in complex commercial matters , intellectual property, securities, class actions and professional liability, Laurel has a reputation as a determined opponent who raises§ compelling and persuasive arguments in every case. After an impressive university career, receiving numerous awards and accolades for her advocacy talents, she graduated Cum Laude from the University of Ottawa and was called to the bar . With a broad range of experience, from acting for businesses in multi-million dollar commercial cases to representing individuals charged with criminal offences while in law school, Laurel has the skills to make any case a winner. .



Laurel D. Hogg

is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.

Laurel's practice encompasses a broad range of civil litigation, including commercial, intellectual property, securities, class actions and professional liability matters. As an articling student Laurel gained significant trial experience working on a number of complex commercial and medical malpractice trials in the Superior Court.

Laurel summered and articled at the firm. Prior to joining Lenczner Slaght, Laurel worked at the Federal Court of Canada and as a caseworker in the Criminal Division of the University of Ottawa Community Legal Aid.

While attaining her law degree, Laurel represented the University of Ottawa at the 2014 Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot, where she placed first in the competition and earned recognition as the Best Overall Advocate. In 2015, she participated in the Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot, where she was recognized as one of the top ten advocates internationally.

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  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • The Advocates' Society

  • Young Women in Law - Vice President and Director of Membership

  • Intellectual Property Owners Association - Member

  • Women in Law Panel Discussion

    Laurel D. Hogg spoke at the Women in Law Panel Discussion hosted by the Mooting and Law Association at the University of Toronto in Mississauga. The panelists included female lawyers who have achieved success in their respective fields. Laurel shared her experiences and observations in the legal profession, discussed how diversity and inclusion has evolved in the workplace, and provided advice to students interested in succeeding in the field of law.

    Laurel D. Hogg | February 28, 2018

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