Alyssa Armstrong is an associate in the Professional Self-Regulatory Practice Group with a litigation practice focused on regulatory, administrative, and public law.

Prior to joining WeirFoulds, Alyssa was Counsel at the Crown Law Office Civil, a division of the Government of Ontario, where she acted on behalf of government ministries and officials to resolve complex disputes. In this role, she appeared regularly before administrative tribunals, the Superior Court, and the Court of Appeal.

Alyssa received her Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School where she was a Chair and Editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, a Caseworker for the Innocence Project, and a Legal Researcher for the Metropolitan Toronto Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children (METRAC).

    Reported Cases

    Yasin v. Ontario, 2018 ONCA 417

    R. v. Coutts, 2018 ONSC 974

    Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. A.T., 2018 ONCJ 720

    Stewart v. Ontario, 2018 ONSC 3179

    Called to the Bar
    • Ontario (2017)

    • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2016
    • MSc, Lodon School of Economics and Political Science, 2008
    • B.A. (Honours), McGill University, 2006
    • Canadian Bar Association
    • Ontario Bar Association
    • The Advocates' Society
    • English
    • French

    Speaking Engagements

    Speaker, "Sexual Abuse Proceedings", WeirFoulds Professional Self-Regulatory Body industry seminar, Online, March 2021

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