Stefanie Di Giandomenico is an associate at Belmore Neidrauer LLP. Before joining the firm, she completed her articles of clerkship at a large international law firm. Stefanie’s training included extensive and intensive work in intellectual property litigation. Stefanie has assisted on multiple patent trials in the Federal Court and has experience with all aspects of trademark and copyright litigation.
Stefanie earned her J.D. degree from the University of Toronto in 2014, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2015. During law school, Stefanie ran the Technology and Intellectual Property student group, and organized multiple intellectual property law conferences and seminars. Stefanie also volunteered at a local university technology transfer office, where she worked with researchers to commercialize their inventions. She was an associate editor for a legal journal, a legal aid clinic volunteer, a peer mentor, and captain of the women’s law soccer team.
Prior to law school, Stefanie earned a B.Sc.H. degree in biochemistry from York University, and a M.Sc. degree from the University of Toronto, Department of Medical Biophysics. Stefanie has a wealth of laboratory research experience, and has co-authored several scientific publications in the areas of virology and molecular biology.