Adam Wawrzkiewicz joined the firm in December of 2018, after articling and working as an associate with a small immigration and family law practice in Toronto for a year and a half. The next four years found Adam working in a small litigation firm in Mississauga where he practiced family law and civil litigation.
Adam was born in Canada soon after his parents immigrated here as refugees from Poland and is fluent in the Polish language. Although he grew up in the GTA, Adam’s family moved to the USA, where he attended high school, before returning to Toronto to study at the University of Toronto’s Trinity College.
In 2008, Adam obtained his Honors B.A. from University of Toronto with high distinction, as an Economics and Philosophy Specialist, and was awarded the John. A. Jessup Memorial Award for having the highest marks in philosophy among his graduating class from Trinity College.
While in law school, Adam volunteered his time at the FCJ Refugee Centre, gaining valuable experience in immigration and refugee law. He obtained his Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School in June of 2012 and was called to the bar in June of 2013.
Adam has significant experience litigating family law, civil matters, and immigration cases. He has appeared before the Ontario and Superior Courts of Justice in Toronto, Brampton, Oshawa, and Newmarket on a variety of family matters, and has argued judicial review hearings for immigration cases at the Federal Court of Canada.
Adam’s education and experience brings a wealth of knowledge to our team.