Andrew Rintoul

Andrew is an associate in our Disputes Group. His practice includes commercial and civil litigation matters, domestic and international arbitrations, trade disputes, and internal investigations. Andrew received dual civil and common law degrees from McGill University’s Faculty of Law, where he managed the faculty’s health law journal, developed curriculum for overseas law students as a research assistant, and competed in several moot court competitions in criminal and international aviation law. After winning the Canadian National Negotiation Competition during law school, Andrew represented Canada and placed third out of 26 countries at the International Negotiation Competition in Tokyo, Japan.

Andrew has continued to be involved in the law school community as a coach of McGill Law’s negotiation team and a judge of negotiation competitions for law students. Andrew joined Osler as a summer student in 2019 and completed his articles with the firm in 2020-2021. Prior to joining Osler, Andrew trained at the Civil Litigation Section of the Department of Justice in Ottawa and the Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Latest Insights

  • Osler Update Jun 7, 2024

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  • Blog Feb 7, 2024

    OSC settles allegations relating to cryptocurrency tokens

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  • Blog Jan 31, 2024

    When is a settlement a settlement?

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  • Osler Update Apr 10, 2023

    Policy refresh – Ontario government proposes key changes to provincial planning policy

    On April 6, 2023, the Ontario government unveiled the latest of its policy and legislative proposals as part of its Housing Supply Action Plan.

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Community Involvement

  • Pro Bono Ontario Hotline, Volunteer

Credentials

Education

  • McGill University, J.D./B.C.L.
  • Fudan University (China), Law Exchange
  • Mount Allison University, B.A. (Honours), First Class
  • University of Strasbourg (France), Exchange

Languages

  • English
  • French