Arjun Gandhi

Étudiant 2020, Stagiaire 2021 - 2022 | Toronto

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Arjun has completed the J.D. program at the University of Toronto. In law school, Arjun has acted as a senior editor for a legal journal, volunteered with Downtown Legal Services, and participated in a clinical education program with the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights.

In 2018, Arjun graduated with an H.B.A. from Trinity College, within the University of Toronto. He majored in economics and political science. During his undergraduate studies, Arjun served as the President of the U of T Pre-Law Society, the Editor-in-Chief of Trinity College’s student-run magazine, and as a Residence Don at New College. As a result of his extracurricular involvement at the University, Arjun was awarded a Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award.

Prior to joining Miller Thomson, Arjun had worked as a legal assistant at two boutique litigation firms in Toronto. The first specialized in bankruptcy and insolvency, and the second focused on wills and estates.

As a result of his experiences, Arjun’s legal interests are diverse. They include estates and personal tax planning, corporate tax, labour and employment law, family law, and administrative law.

In his spare time, Arjun likes to cook Italian food, work out, travel internationally, and watch movies (classics as well as the latest Marvel blockbusters).

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