Michael Gardiner is an associate within the Intellectual Property Law group. He joined Fasken as a student in the summer of 2018. Michael is a graduate of both McGill University and Memorial University. His first Bachelor’s degree being a B.Sc in biochemistry where he received the Lou Visentin Award for being named to the Dean’s List for all four years of his undergraduate program. Throughout his program he worked in a variety of student lab assistant positions.
Michael graduated from McGill University where he received his BCL and LLB. During his time at McGill he would volunteer as an editor on the Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy, work as a student research assistant in intellectual property, interned for The Elder Law Clinic, and participated in numerous conferences while attending McGill including conferences on Innovation and Open Science policy, as well as Montreal’s first Law Needs Feminism Conference.
His final semester was completed at the University of Turin in Italy where his studies included, European perspectives on law and technology as well as the legal framework of the European Union.