Mario Concordia

2020 Summer Student, 2021 / 2022 Articling Student | Vaughan

905.532.6610

Portrait of Mario Concordia

Overview

Mario recently completed his JD at Osgoode Hall. He is returning to Miller Thomson after summering at the firm and is happy to continue his exploration of his varied legal interests, which include Litigation, Real Estate, and Bankruptcy and Insolvency law.

During law school, Mario was involved with the Community Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP) as a caseworker in the Family Law Division. Mario served as Treasurer for the Canadian Italian Association of Osgoode, where he was instrumental in organizing and executing a speaking engagement by the Honourable Frank Iacobucci which was attended by over 300 students, faculty and community members. Additionally, Mario served as Co-President for the Mature Student Association of Osgoode, where he engaged with administration in advocating on behalf of the mature student population and led his executive team in the planning and delivery of the many events and programs that the Mature Student Association provides.

Mario received his undergraduate degree from York University, Bachelor of Arts with Honours, graduating Summa Cum Laude with a double major in English and History.

Mario enjoys spending his free time with his son or playing and designing board games.

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