Jan Nitoslawski is an International Trade Law Counsel in Cassidy Levy Kent’s Ottawa office. Mr. Nitoslawski assists clients with trade remedies, customs and government procurement matters before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and Canada Border Services Agency, as well as in judicial review proceedings before the Federal Courts of Canada.
Mr. Nitoslawski holds a joint Bachelor of Civil Law and Bachelor of Common Law from McGill University. He was awarded the Maxwell Cohen Award for achieving the highest standing in public international law courses.
Prior to joining CLK, Mr. Nitoslawski completed his articles and practiced with the litigation group of a national full-service law firm in Calgary, Alberta, and served as law clerk to Chief Justice Paul S. Crampton of the Federal Court.
Mr. Nitoslawski holds a Master of International Affairs from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, and previously worked as a trade policy analyst with the Trade Policy and Negotiations Branch at Global Affairs Canada.
- B.C.L. & LL.B, Dean’s Honours List, McGill University
- M.A., Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
- B.A. (Honours), Queen’s University
- Law Society of Alberta
- Law Society of Ontario