Herman Wong is a student employee of Aitken Robertson, and is currently studying at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. There, Herman is a member of Student Caucus, a copy editor for Obiter Dicta, and a member of the local chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP). Entering law school, Herman was awarded the Miller Thomson LLP National Entrance Award, given to one student “who demonstrates a record of academic excellence, leadership through extra-curricular activities, and community involvement.”
Prior to his legal studies, Herman studied Journalism and French at Carleton University for his undergraduate degree. At Carleton, Herman was an executive member of the Journalism Society, and his writing has been published in outlets including the Ottawa Citizen, Capital Current, and The Charlatan. In Ottawa, he also has experience working as a fun tour guide at both Parliament Hill and the Bank of Canada Museum. Herman has also worked for the non-profit Cornerstone to Recovery in Newmarket, Ontario, which provides services to those recovering from addiction.
Now, Herman is very excited to join the team at Aitken Robertson and to continue pursuing his interest in criminal and civil law. Herman speaks fluent English and French, and conversational Cantonese. In his free time, you can find him baking banana bread, gardening, or watching the latest Ryan Murphy miniseries.
- B.J. with High Distinction (Journalism and French Studies), 2020
- J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, Anticipated Graduation 2023
“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry