D’Arcy is an associate in Osler’s Competition/Antitrust & Foreign Investment Group. He provides both strategic advice and thoughtful advocacy to help clients meet their business objectives while complying with Canada’s Competition Act and Investment Canada Act. In addition, he analyzes the impact that Canada’s international trade agreements have on clients’ businesses, helping them evaluate their options.
Prior to completing his articles at Osler, D’Arcy graduated from the J.D. program at the University of Toronto. He has also completed degrees at McGill University and the University of Oxford, where he was a McCall MacBain Graduate Scholar at Wadham College.
During law school, D’Arcy spent six months in China, during which he facilitated foreign investment into the Chinese economy at an international law firm, studied international arbitration at Tsinghua University and provided legal assistance to an international commercial arbitrator. He has also worked in capital markets at a major Canadian bank and written academic articles on Canadian evidence law and Canada’s Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act. Today, he remains involved with international initiatives related to Canada’s relationship with the Asia Pacific region through the Canada-China Forum and the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, where he is a Canada-Asia Young Professionals Fellow.