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Daniella Murynka Toronto Lawyer

Daniella Murynka

Associate | Knowledge and Practice Innovation Fasken
Intellectual capital is a critical resource – we must harness, cultivate, and leverage it.
Jurisdiction Alberta, 2015 | Ontario, 2016
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto


Daniella Murynka is a creative and versatile advocate, dedicated to enhancing the delivery of litigation services to Fasken's clients. As Knowledge and Practice Innovation Lawyer for the Ontario Litigation group, Daniella focuses her practice on tracking new and emerging legal developments, creating purpose-built legal resources and content, and maximizing our lawyers' shared knowledge potential.

Daniella has a broad range of experience as a litigator, including with class actions, arbitrations, corporate oppression, regulatory and administrative law proceedings, appeals, and constitutional matters. She has appeared as counsel before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Divisional Court, and the Ontario Court of Appeal.

Prior to joining Fasken, Daniella practiced as an associate at one of Canada's leading litigation boutiques. She also holds an LLM from Harvard Law School, where she studied the intersection of language data and legal interpretation. She is a frequent contributor to legal journals and magazines, and her scholarship has been cited by trial and appellate courts.

In 2017, Daniella clerked for Justice Alan S. Diner of the Federal Court, and in 2018, she clerked for Justice John B. Laskin of the Federal Court of Appeal. Daniella is currently pursuing a Master's Certificate in Legal Writing from the Academy of American Legal Writers. She also teaches legal research and writing as an adjunct at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.


  • Justice Edmond Blanchard Award, 2018
  • Patricia Julia Myhal Scholarship, University of Toronto 2013 to 2014
2018 Justice Edmond Blanchard Award Awarded to the Federal Court law clerk that demonstrates an extraordinary commitment to improving the clerkship through initiatives, leadership, a positive attitude, and a dedication to assist.
2013 to 2014 University of Toronto Patricia Julia Myhal Scholarship Recognizes excellence in legal writing

Career & Education


  • LLM Harvard Law School, Harvard University
  • JD University of Toronto
  • MA, English Language and Literature University of Toronto
  • BA (with Distinction), Comparative Literature University of Alberta


  • Certificate, Transnational Legal Studies Center for Transnational Legal Studies
  • Candidate, Master's Certificate in Legal Writing Academy of American Legal Writers

Memberships & Affiliations



Article, Author Glimpses of Osgoode Hall The Advocates' Journal
Article, Author “The White Burgess ‘Two-Step’: Bias as a ‘Threshold’ and ‘Gatekeeping’ Issue Advocates' Quarterly (2018)


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