Amir Gareiw,
J.D., J.D.

Amir Gareiw is an articling student at Mackesy Smye. He assists the firm in civil litigation and personal injury litigation in particular.


Articling Student

Practice Area(s):

Civil Litigation

Law School:

University of Windsor
University of Detroit Mercy 

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Amir Gareiw received his Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Political Science specializing in Public Law and Judicial Studies from McMaster University in 2020. He received his Canadian and US Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy in 2023. He is projected to be called to the bar in 2024. Amir is a member of the Hamilton Law Association.

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