Jordan Lebold is an International Trade Counsel in the Ottawa Office of Cassidy Levy Kent. Mr. Lebold 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 and Panels under the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement. Mr. Lebold also works with clients on international treaty trade risk assessments, economic sanctions, and legal and administrative requirements for importers and exporters.
Mr. Lebold holds a Juris Doctor (cum laude) degree from the University of Ottawa. Prior to his studies at the University of Ottawa, Mr. Lebold earned a Master of International Public Policy with a concentration in international trade from the Balsillie School of International Affairs. In his final year of law school, Mr. Lebold was awarded the Scotiabank Scholarship for International Studies in Common Law.
During law school, Mr. Lebold served as a managing editor on the Senior Board of the Ottawa Law Review—one of Canada’s leading legal journals. He additionally served as President of the International Commercial and Trade Law Student’s Association and competed in the John H. Jackson WTO Moot Court Competition. As part of the University of Ottawa’s contribution to the internationally recognized TradeLab program, Mr. Lebold also co-authored a report for Global Affairs Canada titled “WTO Compliance of a Canadian Border Carbon Adjustment.”
- Law Society of Ontario
- Canadian Bar Association
- J.D., cum laude, Dean’s Honour List, University of Ottawa
- M.I.P.P., Balsillie School of International Affairs
- B.A., with Distinction, Wilfrid Laurier University