Austin Amy is an articling student in the Ottawa Office of Cassidy Levy Kent who assists clients with trade remedies, customs, government procurement, and international trade treaty matters, including before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and Canada Border Services Agency. Mr. Amy also assists clients on a variety of trade-related regulatory compliance matters, such as export and import controls and defense-related controlled goods issues.
Mr. Amy holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Toronto, which he completed jointly with a Master of Global Affairs degree from the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.
During law school, Mr. Amy served as a student caseworker with Downtown Legal Services, assisting clients charged with summary conviction offences before the Ontario Court of Justice. He also acted as an upper year executive of the Faculty of Law’s Polar Law Group and volunteered as a research analyst of the International Human Rights Program’s Venezuela Accountability Project. Prior to law school, Mr. Amy worked as an assistant in the Ottawa office of a Member of Parliament.
- J.D., University of Toronto
- Master of Global Affairs, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy
- Honours BSocSc. (French Immersion), summa cum laude, University of Ottawa