Adam Margeson

Adam recently completed his J.D. at Osgoode Hall Law School. During law school, Adam acted as an Research Assistant for Professor Palma Paciocco, studying the limits of prosecutorial discretion. He also participated in the Family Law Project, which offers assistance to low income litigants in family law proceedings.

Prior to law school, he obtained a B.A. and an M.A. in History from the University of Ottawa, where he focused on the history of colonialism.

While articling at Osler, Adam worked with our Research, Litigation, and Insolvency groups.

Areas of Expertise

Latest Insights

  • Osler Update Jan 11, 2023

    No exit: Force majeure and economic risk allocation during COVID-19

    When COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic and various government restrictions were imposed...

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  • Osler Update Jun 23, 2022

    Commercial real estate sector faces a complex outlook

    The economic and financial outlook has rarely been as uncertain as it is today.

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    Commercial real estate sector faces a complex outlook

Awards and Recognition

  • Osgoode Society Book Prize for best paper, legal history (2019)
  • MacMillan LLP Award for academic excellence (2017)
  • Clifton Lane Memorial Prize (2017)
  • Fogler, Rubinoff LLP Prize for highest standing, property law (2017)

Media Mentions

  • Osler News Oct 14, 2020

    Osler welcomes the 2020 first-year associates to the Toronto office

    Osler Toronto is pleased to welcome the following first-year associates.

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Community Involvement

  • Family Law Project – Assisted low income litigants at Sheppard Ave. courthouse.



  • Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D. (2019)
  • University of Ottawa, M.A.
  • University of Ottawa, B.A.


  • English