is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.
Aoife's practice encompasses a broad range of civil litigation, with particular experience acting for clients on urgent matters, including motions for injunctive relief.
Prior to joining the firm, Aoife articled and practiced as a litigator at an international law firm where she worked on a wide variety of civil litigation matters including commercial disputes, real estate disputes, and construction lien matters. She has represented clients before the Ontario Superior Court, administrative tribunals, and in both domestic and international arbitrations.
Aoife obtained her law degree from the University of Toronto and completed a semester abroad at the University of Birmingham (UK). At the University of Toronto, Aoife was an active participant in the mooting program, receiving an award for top factum at the 2014 Wilson Moot, and coaching the winning team in 2015.
Counsel to the intervener opposing a mandatory interlocutory injunction. (Prior to joining Lenczner Slaght)
Counsel in a summary judgment motion involving statutory interpretation of the Public Lands Act. (Prior to joining Lenczner Slaght)
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Aoife Quinn co-wrote the paper “Presumption of Resulting Trust and Beneficiary Designations: What's Intention Got to Do with It?” for the Alberta Law Review on May 17, 2016.