B.A., LL.B. (Queen’s), LL.M. (Osgoode)
Sean Robichaud was called to the Ontario bar in 2005. After completing his Bachelor of Arts in philosophy and psychology at Queen’s University in Kingston, he continued his studies at the Queen’s Law School until he obtained his LL.B. (J.D.) in 2004. In 2013, Mr. Robichaud obtained his Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the Osgoode Hall Specialization Program in Criminal Law and Procedure.
Mr. Robichaud is a Certified Specialist in criminal law by the Law Society of Upper Canada. The Law Society recognizes Certified Specialists as “members of the Law Society who have met established standards of experience and knowledge requirements in one or more designated areas of law and have maintained exemplary standards of professional practice.”
In order to qualify, one must have:
a) practised for a minimum of seven years,
b) had substantial involvement in the specialty area during five of the seven years, such as a mastery of substantive law, practices and procedures, a a concentration of practice in the specialty area;
c) complied with the professional development requirements and complied with the professional standards requirements.
He started his career in 2004 with the highly reputable and formidable criminal law firm of Pinkofskys. After articles, he remained with the firm to be hired back as an associate and then quickly became partner. In 2009, he left the firm to start his own and has now grown it the ideal size it is today.
Mr. Robichaud has successfully defended and obtained acquittal verdicts for individuals charged with offences ranging from possession of marijuana to first-degree murder.
The primary focus of the practice and his interest is in areas of sexual assault, domestic violence, homicide, impaired driving, and drug offences.
Sean Robichaud is a member in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Advocate’s Society, The Canadian Bar Association, and a former Toronto Director of the the Criminal Lawyers Association.
Tel. (416) 999-8389 ext. 1
Cell. (416) 220-0413