Andrea Trozzo (She/Her)
Andrea joins Dolden Wallace Folick as an articling student following the completion of her law degree at the University of Cambridge in 2020 and her LL.M at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2021.
Andrea brings prior experience summering with the Competition Bureau of Canada and 5 years working alongside in-house counsel in the insurance industry. Andrea also obtained litigation experience in corporate law and employment law in England following a Vacation Scheme with Taylor Vinters.
Throughout law school, Andrea was an active member of the historic Cambridge Union debating society and had the privilege of working pro bono for the UNHCR Geneva. She also acted as a General Editor for the Cambridge Law Review and published a number of articles in the CULS journal, Per Incuriam. Andrea honed her advocacy skills both by participating in a number of moots, including the Lawyers Without Borders Judicial Review Moot, and acting as a roster judge alongside faculty and invited barristers for CULS Mooting.
Prior to attending law school, Andrea completed a Bachelor of Business Administration, specializing in Responsible Business, at the Schulich School of Business at York University.
- Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (LL.M, 2021)
- University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (BA Law, 2020)
- Schulich School of Business, York University (BBA Spec. Hons., 2017)