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Andrew* is an advocate you can count on in any dispute. He is quick on his feet and presents complex arguments clearly, skills he has honed appearing before courts and administrative tribunals in Ontario and representing Canada internationally at the Philip C. Jessup moot competition. With sharp focus, Andrew gets to the§ heart of a matter quickly, making him a reliable advisor who understands the outcomes most important to his clients. Andrew’s diverse experiences and strategic mindset enable him to think outside the box to find the pressure point in each case, ensuring that every move makes an impact. .

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Andrew Locatelli (he/him)

is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.

Andrew maintains a broad practice, with experience in complex commercial disputes, class actions, public and administrative proceedings, professional liability matters, and securities litigation.

Prior to joining Lenczner Slaght, Andrew practiced at a large international firm where he successfully represented clients in civil, regulatory, and arbitral proceedings. Andrew has also acted as counsel in internal investigations relating to fraud and regulatory non-compliance.

Andrew completed his law degree at Western University, where he graduated with distinction and was awarded the Robert M. Solomon Scholarship in Tort Law and the Law Society of Ontario Prize for academic excellence. While in law school, he co-represented Canada at the international rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, placing in the top four of 650 teams worldwide. Andrew also competed as a finalist in the Lerners LLP Cup, led the Immigration Team at Western’s legal clinic, and worked as a research assistant to Professor Jason W. Neyers and Professor Andrew Botterell.

Andrew frequently participates in various Pro Bono programs, providing legal advice and acting as duty counsel for unrepresented litigants.

  • The Advocates' Society

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

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