Andrea Korajlija

Andrea Korajlija

Associate, Litigation

Contact Information

tel: 416.862.4863



Bar Admission

Ontario, 2022


  • University of Ottawa, J.D. 
  • University of Windsor, B.Comm. (Honours)


English, Croatian

Andrea is an associate in our Litigation Group. She maintains a broad civil and commercial litigation practice, with experience in class action defence, tax litigation, cybersecurity breach responses, procedural motions, and arbitration matters.

She regularly advises emerging and high growth companies on dispute resolution strategies while considering their business objectives and priorities.

In her current practice, Andrea leverages her previous work with the Osler Works Transactional team and Privacy Group.

Andrea is an active member of Pro Bono Ontario, seeking opportunities to give back to the community and advocate for important causes.

Andrea graduated from the University of Ottawa’s J.D. program. During her studies, she served as a research assistant at the Centre for Law, Technology and Society and was funded to participate in an exchange program at the University of Haifa that focused on global technology law and policy.

Prior to law school, she obtained a Bachelor of Commerce with a specialization in Strategy & Entrepreneurship from the University of Windsor, where she graduated with distinction.

    • An international chocolate manufacturer in a successful motion to stay in favour of arbitration and subsequent appeal addressing important technical and procedural matters
    • A large gold mining company in a successful motion to strike

  • Pro Bono Ontario Canada, Helpline Volunteer (2022)

  • University of Ottawa, Legal Writing Leader (2019-2021)

  • Windsor Public Library, Adult Literacy Tutor (2017-2018)

  • Law Society of Ontario

  • Co-author with Timothy Hughes and Stephanie Clark, Highlights from the 2023 ICC Canada Conference: Navigating the Road Ahead, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, November 11, 2023.
  • Author, An Unfair Game of Virtual Hide-and-Go-Seek: The Passive Collection of Children's Information Online, Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2020.