Andrew P. Loucks
Andrew Loucks was born and raised in Chesley, Ontario. In 2012, Andrew graduated from Queen’s University with a B.A. in History, after having completed his first year of studies at the Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, U.K. Andrew returned to the U.K. for law school, graduating from Grey College, Durham University with an LL.B. (Hons.) in 2015. Upon returning to Canada, Andrew attended Osgoode Hall Law School where he completed a Masters of Law degree, LL.M., in 2016, and was called to the Bar on September 27th, 2017. During law school Andrew focused on corporate / commercial and employment law, in addition to criminal law.
With a keen interest in criminal law, Andrew articled with two criminal lawyers in Toronto: Courtney Keystone B.A., LL.B. (at King Law Chambers), and Steven Dallal B.A., LL.B. (at 357 Bay Street Criminal Chambers).
At Queen’s University Andrew was involved in a number of clubs and societies. In particular, Andrew ran and played the bagpipes in the Queen’s University Marching Band. While in law school at Grey College, Durham University, Andrew was an avid rower, and the Grey College Boat Club Men’s captain in his final year. In Andrew’s final year at Grey College, Durham University, his dissertation – which considered unmarried cohabitants’ rights to the family home – was published in the University College Feminist’s Journal and presented at their 2015 annual conference.
Andrew looks forward to expanding Loucks & Loucks’ criminal law practice, while also becoming involved in corporate/commercial matters, real estate, civil litigation and estate planning.