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University of Toronto Faculty of Law alumni practice within a broad range of areas under our General Practice (corporate) and Litigation groups in our New York and London offices. Don Crawshaw, a 1982 graduate of U of T Law and native of Ontario, leads the Firm’s recruiting efforts at the law school. Don, who is a member of the Firm’s Corporate and Finance, Financial Services, Investment Management and Commodities and Derivatives groups, has been active on matters for Canadian and U.S. clients throughout his career.
 
In addition, two U of T Law alumni are partners in S&C’s London office. Stewart Robertson (U of T Law ’86), who has also spent time in the Firm’s New York and Paris offices, focuses his practice on corporate finance and project development transactions, and Presley Warner (U of T Law ’91) served as co-editor-in-chief of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review and advises financial institutions, private equity and corporate clients on a broad range of cross-border financing transactions.
 
The practice areas of U of T Law lawyers at S&C include alternative investment management, capital markets, appellate, financial services, mergers and acquisitions and project finance. Several U of T Law alumni at the Firm are actively engaged in its pro bono practice; recent matters include obtaining asylum for clients from El Salvador and Pakistan, representing victims of domestic violence and drafting an international law memo on piracy.
 
In addition to becoming partners at the Firm, U of T Law alumni who join S&C go on to pursue a range of prestigious opportunities in the United States, Canada and Europe. S&C alumni who attended U of T Law currently work in finance, government (including for the Department of Justice Canada and the Competition Bureau Canada) and private practice, among other fields.
 
In 2016, four U of T Law students joined us for our summer associate program. You can learn more about U of T Law alumni at S&C and our presence at the law school on these pages. We hope to see you on campus.

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