Graham Reeder Articling Student


Speaks:  English, French

Primary phone: +1 416-369-7322

Fax: +1 416-862-7661

Email: graham.reeder@gowlingwlg.com

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Primary office:  Toronto


Graham Reeder

Graham Reeder is an articling student in Gowling WLG’s Toronto Office. Prior to joining Gowling WLG as an articling student, he worked with the firm as a summer law student.

Graham completed his JD at Osgoode Hall Law School. During his time at Osgoode, he won awards for academic achievement and leadership. He also completed the Environmental Justice and Sustainability Clinic at Osgoode with a placement at an international NGO.

Prior to law school, Graham worked with local communities to adapt to climate change in Bangladesh, Malaysia, and the Maldives after graduating from the College of the Atlantic with a Bachelor in Human Ecology. Graham completed his Master of Environmental Studies at York University in the accredited planning program, where he published his research on urban climate resilience in Southeast Asia.

Graham will focus his articles in the firm’s Environmental Law Group.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2020

    • Education
       2020
      Osgoode Hall Law School, JD (expected)
  • 2018

    • Community
      September 2018
      Senior Editor, Osgoode Hall Law Journal
    • Community
      September 2018
      Co-president, Osgoode OUTLaws
    • Rankings & Awards
      August 2018
      Fogler, Rubinoff LLP Prize in Property Law
    • Rankings & Awards
      August 2018
      Clifton Lane Memorial Prize in Property Law
    • Rankings & Awards
      August 2018
      Ronald J Rolls ’58, Q.C. Prize in Civil Procedure
  • 2017

    • Community
      September 2017
      Vice-chair, Osgoode Hall Student Caucus
    • Education
       2017
      York University, Master of Environmental Studies
  • 2016

    • Rankings & Awards
      October 2016
      Joseph Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship
  • 2013

    • Education
       2013
      College of the Atlantic, BA in Human Ecology