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Justin P’ng

Articling Student Fasken
Office(s) Toronto
Justin P’ng is currently attending Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, where he received the BLG Professional Excellence Award. Justin was also a finalist in the 2017 Hicks Morely Moot Competition. Prior to law school, Justin obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of Toronto, where he stood on the Dean’s List, received the Lester Bowles Pearson Scholarship, the Mrs F N G Starr Scholarship, and graduated with High Distinction. In the past, Justin has worked for the Public Appointments Secretariat at the Ontario Public Service, for E.J. Pratt Library at the University of Toronto, and for St. Stephen's Community House. This past summer, Justin was a Summer Labour & Employment Law Intern with Fasken's Labour, Employment & Human Rights group. Previously, Justin was an intern for a boutique civil litigation firm, a researcher for JusticeTrans, and an assistant black belt instructor for Goulding Karate Club. At law school, Justin is Co-President of the Asian Law Students Association, where he established a mentorship program for first-year law students. He also volunteers for Pro Bono Ontario at Small Claims Court, assists with constitutional litigation at WeirFoulds LLP through the Osgoode Public Interest Requirement program, and assists with constitutional litigation at the Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic through the Osgoode Test Case Litigation Project. Justin has competed in several moots, was a semi-finalist in the 2016 Torys Cup Moot Competition, and was a finalist in the 2016 Dentons Out On Bay Street Moot Court Competition. Justin enjoys karate, Ultimate Frisbee, travelling, reading, film and television, and learning about current and international affairs.

Justin will be participating in the Firm’s Secondment Program and will be seconded to the Ontario Labour Relations Board. 


  • Osgoode Hall Law School at York University