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Nicholas W. Smith

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About Nicholas W. Smith

Nick first joined Oatley Vigmond as a law student, and later an articling student, prior to joining the team as an associate lawyer. He has a Law Degree from the University of Kent, a Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School, as well as an undergraduate degree in Political Studies from Queen’s University.

Nick is interested in ensuring that clients are provided with the support and advice they require during the litigation process.  People who have suffered through the trauma of a serious personal injury are already in a position of vulnerability, and Nick is committed to helping them through this difficult process.  Specifically, Nick seeks to help right the balance in an insurance system that is becoming increasingly antagonistic toward injured individuals.

In his spare time, Nick enjoys camping, canoeing, and generally being outdoors.  He enjoys watching sports and is a long-suffering fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Accomplishments

– Graduated with First Class Distinction from the University of Kent
– Graduated with Distinction from Osgoode Hall
– Recipient of the Hillier Prize for Academic Achievement in the Study of Tort Law
– Recipient of the Justin W Yuen Canadian Law Moot Prize
– Recipient of the Kent Law Society Prize for Best Overall Mooter
– Finalist in the Mackay Cup Canadian Law Moot

Professional Involvement

During law school, Nick was a member of the Canadian Law Society and a contributor to the Kent Student Law Review. Nick also volunteered at the Kent Legal Aid Clinic where he had the opportunity to work closely with clients on municipal property issues.

Nick is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.