Justin Novick-Faille is excited to be rejoining McMillan as an articling student, having just graduated from the French Common Law Program at the University of Ottawa.
While attending law school online was challenging, Justin enjoyed his time at the faculty of law. One definite highlight was participating in the first-year moot competition. He is also proud to have studied in his second language and looks forward to being able to practice in both official languages.
Before attending law school, Justin completed an honours bachelor of arts at the University of Toronto majoring in history, with minors in Spanish and human geography. After graduation, he spent a year on Parliament Hill, first as an assistant to a Member of Parliament before moving to the communications department at the Prime Minister’s Office. Justin also spent a summer working at the Supreme Court of Canada.
In his free time, he enjoys going to live sporting events, playing golf, soccer and spending time outdoors with family and friends.
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On the Right Track: Canadian Government’s Key Changes to Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations
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A Foreign Affair at Home Not Abroad – Canada to Consult on the Merits of a Foreign Agent Registry
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Proposed National Flood Insurance Models for Canada: A Summary of the Recent Report from the Task Force on Flood Insurance and Relocation
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An International Overview of Existing Climate-Related Insurance Initiatives: Finding the Right Path for Canada
Part of our ESG initiative, this article summarizes existing climate-related insurance initiatives and suggests programs that may be most successful in Canada.
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