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Samantha Hale

Lenczner Slaght LLP | Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A lawyer since 2019


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Lenczner Slaght LLP
130 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 3P5
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Samantha Hale, an associate at Lenczner Slaght, brings a broad spectrum of expertise in litigation. Her areas of focus include resolving commercial conflicts, addressing professional liability and regulation, tackling civil issues, and engaging in public litigation. Samantha's journey back to the firm was enriched by her experiences as a law clerk for Justice Suzanne Côté at the Supreme Court of Canada and her clerkship roles within both the Divisional Court and Superior Court of Justice in Toronto. Her clerkships allowed her to support judges across a diverse array of legal matters, from administrative appeals and judicial reviews to class actions and civil trials.

Samantha's legal acumen is recognized across all judicial levels, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Her legal education was pursued at the University of Windsor, where she not only earned her law degree but also completed a Master's in Social Work, illustrating her commitment to a multidisciplinary approach to law. Her academic excellence was highlighted by her graduation as Gold Medalist and selection as Valedictorian of her class. Beyond her academic achievements, Samantha contributed significantly as a research assistant, took on the role of Executive Articles Editor for the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, and initiated a student-led forum focused on access to justice.

Her practice areas are diverse, covering Appeals, Arbitration, Class Actions, Commercial Litigation, Construction and Infrastructure, Defamation and Media, Professional Liability and Regulation, Product Liability, and Public Law, reflecting her wide-ranging skills and interests. Samantha was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 2019, rounding off her solid foundation in law and social work from the University of Windsor, and her undergraduate studies in Canadian Studies and Political Science at McGill University, completed in 2014.


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