Stephen Ji is an articling law student in our Taxation and Tax Dispute Resolution groups. He also assists our team with its frequent seminars and monthly newsletters geared towards accountants and lawyers.
Upon the completion of his articles, Stephen will be clerking for the Tax Court of Canada in 2016-2017.
Stephen recently received his J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. He was a student editor on the quarterly law journal, Transnational Legal Theory. Stephen has also worked as a legal research assistant at Osgoode Hall Law School on projects in tax law & policy.
In 2012-2013, Stephen served as a law clerk at the Ontario Health Professions Appeal and Review Board and the Health Services Appeal and Review Board, as a volunteer for the Pro Bono Students Canada project. He also volunteered as a criminal law caseworker and an intake volunteer in the Community Legal Aid and Services Program at Osgoode Hall Law School. Stephen is also proficient in Mandarin and has experience working with Chinese materials in tax and public law.
Stephen holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Biology, summa cum laude, from McMaster University. In his sophomore year, Stephen obtained an Undergraduate Student Research Award from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and spent a summer at Queen's University, Kingston on a biochemical research project.
Stephen enjoys playing team sports, particularly basketball and soccer. In his spare time, he also enjoys reading books on modern world history and Chinese history.