Anthony Sangiuliano


Anthony* understands that knowledge is power. Combining practical legal experience with the mind of an academic, he sees the forest for the trees and always has§ a penchant for delivering the solutions clients need to even the most challenging legal puzzles. The Canadian Bar Association recognized his legal research capabilities by awarding him its most prestigious academic fellowship for lawyers pursuing post-graduate studies. His doctoral research in the philosophy of law has refined his ability to dissect and construct rigorous arguments with creativity and insight into effective litigation strategy. He developed his litigation skills while working alongside some of Ontario’s top constitutional litigators and as a law clerk to the judges of the Court of Appeal for Ontario. .


  • Bar Admissions:

    • Ontario (2016)
  • Education:

    • Sage School of Philosophy, Cornell University (ongoing) PhD
    • Osgoode Hall Law School (2015) JD
    • University of Toronto (2012) MA in Philosophy
    • University of Toronto (2011) BA in Philosophy and Political Science (High Distinction) (Silver Medalist)


Anthony Sangiuliano

is a research associate at Lenczner Slaght.

Anthony joined the firm after advancing to candidacy in his doctoral studies at the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell University. His dissertation research focuses on the law and ethics of antidiscrimination. He completed his articles at the Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario, Constitutional Law Branch, and was a law clerk to Chief Justice Strathy and Justices Hourigan and Pardu of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

Anthony was awarded the Dean’s Gold Key upon his graduation from Osgoode Hall Law School. While in law school, he was the Executive Editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, and he worked as the researcher for the Wilson Moot and Gale Cup Moot teams. He has received several prizes, scholarships, and fellowships in recognition of his research, including the J.S.D. Tory Research and Writing Prize and the Faisal Mirza Criminal Law Writing Prize while in law school and the Canadian Bar Association Viscount Bennett Fellowship for his doctoral research. His academic writing has been published in the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, the Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, the Supreme Court Law Review and the McGill Journal of Law and Health.

Anthony has expertise in civil litigation generally, the law of evidence, class actions, labour and employment law, administrative law, constitutional law, and human rights law.

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • The Advocates’ Society

  • Humane Studies Fellowship, Institute for Humane Studies (2019)

  • Viscount Bennett Fellowship, Canadian Bar Association (2018)

  • Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Doctoral Scholarship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2017)

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