Vladislav Lynsaght, Hon. B.A., J.D.
Vlad became versed in many areas of substantive law at Osgoode Hall Law School before choosing to practice in Personal Injury and Employment law. He articled at a mid-town litigation boutique assisting clients in Employment and Immigration disputes. He delivered submissions in the Small Claims Court and assisted at hearings in the Superior Court, Court of Appeal and Divisional Court.
During this time his article on public environmental trusts was published in the Journal of Environmental Law & Practice.
Before attending law school, Vlad studied Greek and Latin in the Classics Department of the University of Toronto. He is a recipient of the Dorothy Ellison Scholarship in Latin, Eric Trevor Owen Scholarship in Greek graduating with a Gold Medal in the Arts.
In his free time Vlad enjoys the outdoors, English, American and Russian novels. He is fluent in Russian.