Amanda Cutinha

2020 Summer Student, 2021 / 2022 Articling Student | Toronto

416.595.8623

Portrait of Amanda Cutinha

Overview

Amanda recently graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, she completed an Honours B.A. in History and Canadian Studies from Trinity College at the University of Toronto.

During law school, Amanda took on opportunities to grow as an advocate through participating in both the Trial Advocacy Program and the Winkler Class Actions Moot. She also enjoys legal research and writing — working as a Legal Extern at Citizen Lab, an editor for the Journal of Law and Equality and the U of T Faculty of Law Review, as well as serving as a Bench Clerk for the Grand Moot. In light of these experiences, Amanda is eager to explore litigation, class actions, labour and employment, and privacy work.

Amanda especially enjoys working with others to create a strong sense of community. As a law student, she was part of the Peer Mentorship Program and served as the Equity Officer where she sought to ensure student programing and policies were accessible to the diverse student body.

In her free time, Amanda enjoys baking, staying active, and exploring new restaurants in the city.

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