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About Greg Janzen
I am a student-at-law (apprentice lawyer) at Oykhman Criminal Defence Law. I graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2016, specializing in human rights law and criminal law. While in law school I was fortunate to be the recipient of several academic awards and honours, including the Honourable Wallace Nesbitt Memorial Scholarship and the National Association of Japanese Canadians & Roger Sachio Obata C.M. Prize in International Human Rights Law (for Highest Standing in the Course “International Human Rights Law”). I was also a research assistant on the second edition of Criminal Procedure in Canada (forthcoming from LexisNexis) and actively involved in the Osgoode Mediation Clinic.
Prior to law school, I obtained a PhD in philosophy from the University of Calgary. After that, I was a philosophy instructor for several years, teaching a wide variety of courses at both introductory and advanced levels and consistently receiving highly positive student evaluations. I also published extensively, mainly in the philosophy of mind, but also in metaphysics and ethics.
I am genuinely passionate about criminal defence law, and proud to be part of a team-oriented firm that works collectively to ensure that its clients are given the best defence possible.