Brandyn Di Domenico is one of the youngest associates in Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers who was called to the bar in 2019. He joined as a summer student in 2017 and returned to continue with his articles. He was a student of Western University with a degree in Bachelor of Arts and obtained an honors specialization in Criminology and graduated with Distinction. He went on to law proper with a J.D. from Queen’s University Law School and received recognition on the Dean’s Honor List.
During his time at Queen’s University, Brandyn was an active member of various organizations. He was a member of the Queen’s Law Varsity Hockey Team, Queen’s Law Outreach, and Pro Bono Radio. It was also the place where he gained his advocacy skills through the university’s Law Legal Aid Clinic. He was a student caseworker and acted on behalf of people at ODSP hearings, CICB hearings, and when needed, in front of the Landlord and Tenant Board.
When not busy with his legal works, Brandyn makes sure he finds life and work balance. He loves playing hockey and a fan of the Toronto Blue Jays. He also enjoys hiking. Before he became a law student, Brandyn completed the Camino de Santiago, an event where you need to transverse 769 km throughout northern Spain. He was able to complete the challenge in 29 days.
- He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
- An active member of the Brain Injury Society of Toronto.
- A member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and Ontario Trial Lawyer Association.