Practice Focus and Background
Mohsen is an associate in our litigation department focusing on class actions. He has appeared before the Superior Court of Justice and the Federal Court of Canada, as well as various administrative tribunals such as the Immigration and Refugee Board and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
Before joining Sotos, Mohsen completed his articles at the Ministry of the Attorney General, Crown Law Office – Civil, where he obtained experience in trial and appellate litigation. His work involved complex jurisdictional, constitutional, administrative, statutory, and regulatory litigation.
Mohsen obtained his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. He also has an LL.M., and spent two years in doctoral studies at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law focusing on justice issues. While at Osgoode Hall, Mohsen served as a Senior Editor on the editorial board of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, and also assisted small business owners with their legal service needs through the pro bono Osgoode Business Clinic. Before becoming a litigator, Mohsen worked as a journalist and a teacher.
J.D., Osgoode Law School, 2015
- Class Action Basics – Why do class actions exist?, Sotos LLP blog (April 25, 2017)
- CASL Private Lawsuit Suspension: what does it mean? , Sotos LLP blog (June 8, 2017)
June 8, 2017
CASL Private Lawsuit Suspension: what does it mean?
April 25, 2017
Class Action Basics – Why do class actions exist?
March 2, 2017
Mohsen Seddigh joins our Litigation team