Michael Fazzari

2021 Summer Student, 2022 / 2023 Articling Student | Vaughan

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Portrait of Michael Fazzari

Overview

Michael recently graduated with a J.D. from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. Prior to studying law, he obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts from York University and a Master of Public Policy from the University of Toronto.

Prior to law school, Michael worked in the public sector as a Policy Analyst. In this role, he worked with internal and external stakeholders to develop policies that focused on procurement, construction, and municipal land planning.

In law school, Michael was a Research Associate for the Windsor Law Centre for Cities where he co-published a Report that researched decision-making and participatory governance in Canadian municipalities during COVID-19. During his time at Windsor Law, Michael was a TA for Property Law, a Volunteer for the Windsor Law High School Outreach, and an Editor for the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues.

In his spare time, Michael enjoys traveling, cooking with family and friends, and discovering new restaurants in the city.

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Ontario Superior Court clarifies priority of construction lien claimants over building mortgages

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Divisional Court’s strict enforcement of the prompt payment and adjudication regimes under the Construction Act (Ontario)

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