Andrij received his PhD in Law from Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in 2015. His doctoral thesis was a qualitative case study on the unionization of Department of Justice Canada lawyers. He holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Windsor, a Master of Arts from McMaster University, and a Master of Laws from Queen's University.
Prior to joining the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics as an Assistant Professor in the Policy and Law area, Andrij was a Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Middletown Studies of Ball State University. His work explored the practice of law among solo and small firm lawyers in Muncie, Indiana.
Andrij teaches Business Law. His pedagogy draws on nearly a decade of legal practice developed from representing clients before administrative boards, the Federal Court of Canada, and all levels of court in Ontario.
Andrij is a sociolegal researcher. His training in qualitative methodology allows him to study real world issues and situations impacting the legal profession.
Andrij is a longstanding mentor with the Osgoode Hall Law School Mentorship Program. His insight on syncretizing legal practice with academia has helped mentees secure legal employment. He is keen on advising undergraduates about law schools in Ontario and abroad.
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