Andrew Guaglio, B.A., J.D.

Tel: 416-955-0074
Fax: 416-955-1237

Andrew’s practice focuses on criminal and regulatory defence, professional discipline and constitutional law. He has worked on cases at all levels of court in Ontario and British Columbia, and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Andrew earned his law degree from the University of British Columbia. There he received numerous awards, including the Premier and Wesbrook Scholarships – UBC’s highest honours. Prior to joining Fenton Law Barristers, Andrew was an associate at and articled with two of Canada’s preeminent criminal law firms. He also interned with the Prosecution Division of the International Criminal Court in The Hague and was a judicial law clerk at the British Columbia Court of Appeal.

Since the start of his legal career, Andrew has focused on the protection of human rights. He has volunteered with the UBC Innocence Project, Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada and UBC’s Immigration and Refugee legal clinic. More recently, Andrew has acted as counsel with Innocence Canada and intervened at the Supreme Court of Canada on behalf of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association. He presently serves on the Criminal Lawyers’ Association’s Mentorship Committee and volunteers as a supervising lawyer with the UBC Innocence Project.

University of British Columbia (2013)
Juris Doctor (Honours Equivalent)

University of Waterloo (2008)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Fine Art (Studio Specialization)

Fenton Law Barristers
Toronto, Ontario

Sole Practitioner
Toronto, Ontario

Addario Law Group LLP
Toronto, Ontario

Judicial Law Clerk
British Columbia Court of Appeal
Vancouver, British Columbia

Articling Student
Peck and Company
Vancouver, British Columbia

  • Law Society of Ontario

  • Criminal Lawyers’ Association
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Proving Innocence After Appeals: A Call for Uniform Post-Appeal Disclosure Policies”, (2015) 62 C.L.Q. 88.
  • You Say You Want a Revolution? The Victim Surcharge and Judicial Protest”, The Verdict, Issue 140, 2013, Co-author.