Stephanie Tassopoulos is building a broad civil litigation practice with a focus primarily on commercial litigation. As a junior lawyer she continues to expand upon her experience with small claims proceedings, motions, injunctions, examinations for discovery, mediations and trials. Stephanie is a passionate advocate who is committed to finding practical and effective solutions for her clients.
Stephanie worked at Miller Thomson as both a summer and articling student, and joined the firm as an associate after being called to the Ontario bar.
Stephanie graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2019 with cumulative academic achievement in the top 1% of the Class of 2019 and she received the Torkin Manes LLP Prize for Osgoode Hall Law School in recognition of her commitment to both academic excellence and community service. During her time in law school, Stephanie was selected to participate in the Osgoode Mediation Clinical Program, in which she mediated disputes at Small Claims Court in Toronto and worked with St. Stephen’s Community House to provide mediation and conflict coaching services to community members in North York, Toronto.
Stephanie was heavily involved in her law school community. She volunteered as a Caseworker with Pro Bono Students Canada’s Family Law Project where she assisted self-represented litigants draft various court documents. Additionally, she served as the Third Year Representative for the Legal & Literary Society, Osgoode’s student government, and acted as the Vice President for the Osgoode Peer Support Centre. At Miller Thomson Stephanie continues to participate in and support the Ryerson University Pro Bono Clinic.
Professional achievements & leadership
- Third Year Representative, Legal & Literary Society, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2018 – 2019
- Vice-President, Osgoode Peer Support Centre, 2018 – 2019
- Dean’s Letter Recognizing Cumulative Overall Excellence for Academic Achievement in the top 1% of the Class of 2019, 2019
- The Carl Orbach, Q.C. Prize in Family Law, 2019
- The Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP Prize, 2019
- The Torkin Manes LLP Prize for Osgoode Hall Law School, 2019
- Co-author, “Arbitrator rules that compliance with kindergarten class size regulations is required only as of determination date”, Morning Recess Education Law Newsletter, December 5, 2019
- Participant, Osgoode Mediation Clinical Program, St. Stephen’s Division
- Third Year Representative, Legal & Literary Society
- Vice-President, Osgoode Peer Support Centre
- Caseworker, Pro Bono Students Canada’s Family Law Project
- Young Women in Law
- Hellenic Canadian Lawyers’ Association
- Toronto Lawyers’ Association
- The Advocates’ Society
Bar admissions & education
- Ontario Bar, 2020
- J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2019
- B.A. (Hons.), Psychology and General Certificate in Law & Society, York University, 2016