Vincent Alaimo

2020 Summer Student, 2021 / 2022 Articling Student | Toronto

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Portrait of Vincent Alaimo

Overview

Vincent graduated with distinction from the J.D. program at the University of Ottawa. He joins Miller Thomson after working as a summer student with an interest in corporate law.

During law school, Vincent served as Vice-President of the Business Law Society and Vice-President of the Italian Law Students Organization. In these roles, he coordinated networking events to connect classmates with legal professionals and moderated career panels. Vincent also mentored first-year law students and co-organized intramural co-ed soccer for his peers.

Prior to law school, Vincent pursued his undergraduate degree at York University, majoring in Business and Society with a specialization in Law and Governance and Organizational Analysis. During his undergrad, he worked in Retail Customer Sales and Service at The Bank of Nova Scotia. After receiving the Best Customer Service award, he was promoted to the Business Service Centre to help corporate and commercial clients achieve their goals. While there, he volunteered with the Scotiabank United Way Committee.

Vincent is also passionate about entrepreneurship. After undergrad, he founded an event marketing and production company, which he grew to serve many businesses in the Toronto entertainment and hospitality industry. His work ranged from producing customized marketing campaigns to providing supplies and cost-effective solutions for clients. Vincent believes his entrepreneurial spirit and ability to meet diverse client needs will be valuable assets in his legal career.

In his spare time, Vincent enjoys cooking, traveling around the world, and playing soccer, basketball, and tennis. He also enjoys unwinding through meditation and being a dog dad to his little Yorkie, Kobe.

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