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Johnson Amoo

“It isn’t the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out, it’s the pebble in your shoe.” – Muhammad Ali

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Johnson came to study law through some personal experiences that may be closer than most. As a young man, he watched his mother suffer significant injuries as a result of being hit by a drunk driver, and was grateful to the lawyers who fought so diligently to help her achieve compensation that aided her recovery and compensated her and for her suffering. Later on, as he worked towards becoming a professional soccer player, he encountered the legal system from an immigration perspective, and the impact that rules and regulations have on the choices that we make.

Johnson is currently pursuing his JD at Osgoode Hall Law School, where he is actively involved with the school’s IP legal clinic, the Black Law Students Association, the Korean Law Students Association, and various oral advocacy programs. Johnson first came to the firm as a volunteer caseworker assisting with our consumer protection work, and we are grateful to have him now as our summer student.

In his spare time, Johnson is still actively involved with athletics (and has recently taken up golf) and looks forward to using his legal education to continue making positive contributions to society.

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