Shane summered at the firm in 2022. He recently graduated from Queens University’s Faculty of Law, where he received the Goodmans LLP Scholarship in Legal Skills and the Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP Prize in Public Law.
During law school, Shane was heavily involved with the Prison Law Clinic, where he provided pro bono legal services to inmates in the Kingston area and honed his advocacy skills. Shane also worked as a research assistant to his Constitutional and Public Law professor. One of his notable projects as a research assistant was contributing to a paper entitled What is Purpose Interpretation?, which explored judicial methodologies and the Supreme Court’s reliance on purposive interpretation.
Prior to law school, Shane earned an Honors Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology and Psychology with distinction from the University of Toronto. He has participated in several moots, including the Canada Cup and Osgoode Cup, and has won multiple Model United Nations simulations. Shane also has a diverse employment history ranging from roles in the financial sector to public health volunteering. In his spare time, Shane enjoys swimming, listening to history podcasts, and reading mystery novels.