Andrew Donaldson started at Vice & Hunter LLP in 2019 as a summer student and has been with the firm ever since. He has gained valuable experience by representing clients at many different levels of court and at various tribunals. He now represents clients of the firm as an Associate Lawyer and is continuing to develop a strong civil litigation practice, with a particular interest in municipal and commercial litigation as well as construction disputes.
Having grown up in Stittsville, Andrew has an intimate knowledge of the local landscape and is well-suited to assist with your legal needs. He has a background in municipal government and possesses a strong understanding of the concerns that municipal, corporate and individual clients face.
Andrew graduated from the University of Ottawa's Juris Doctor program in 2020, where he was the Vice-President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society and represented the school at the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada. Before obtaining his law degree, Andrew earned his Bachelor of Business Administration (Honors) from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Currently, he is a Trustee and member of the Hockey Committee for Stanstead College, a private preparatory school in the eastern Townships of Quebec of which he is an alumnus.
Areas of Practice
Law Society of Ontario – 2021
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Juris Doctor - 2021
Honors: Vice-President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society - 2020
Honors: Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada - 2019
Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – 2017
Business, Economy, Society and Sport: Discussing the Value of Junior Hockey in Lanark County, Ontario - 2017