SAM JOHANSEN is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.

Sam has a developing practice covering a range of litigation areas, including corporate-commercial disputes, professional liability and regulation, and administrative law.

Prior to being called to the Bar, Sam articled at the firm. During his articles Sam was involved in a variety of matters including construction litigation, disciplinary prosecutions, and securities litigation.

While at law school, Sam participated in the IP Osgoode Intellectual Property Intensive Program. As part of this program, Sam spent a semester as a junior policy analyst in the Copyright and Trademark Policy Directorate, a branch of Industry Canada. Sam assisted policymakers in all aspects of their work, including the development of legislative amendments to the Trade-marks Act. At Osgoode, Sam volunteered with the Community and Legal Aid Services Program and the Law in Action Within Schools program. He also participated in the Lerners Cup moot.

Bar Admissions:
Ontario (2015)
Osgoode Hall Law School (2014) JD
University of Toronto (2010) BA (History and Religious Studies - Honours with High Distinction)