Find the right criminal lawyer

Pleading guilty to a criminal offense can have very serious consequences on your life. There are many factors at play, including impacts on your personal freedom, your reputation, your work, your immigration status, and your criminal record, not to mention the effects this can have on your family and loved ones.

Before deciding your next move, make sure to consult a lawyer in order to prepare a complete and rigorous defense.

Sharp, well-prepared and passionate, Me Ginzburg will assist you in every phase of the legal process, from A to Z. He will give you the time you deserve and ensure that you always understand the status of your case.

If you’ve been accused of a criminal infraction, contact Me Ginzburg right now for expert advice. The sooner you call, the sooner we can build an action plan designed to get you the best results.

Education

  • L.L.B., Université du Québec à Montréal
  • B.A., Economics & Political Science, McGill University

Background

Me Ginzburg’s passion for criminal law was clear from the very beginning of his university studies.

While studying Economics and Political Science at McGill University, he was able to learn about the intricate relationship between politics and the law. He also got to develop an understanding for the economics of crime, winning an award for Best Case Study and going on to become a Teaching Assistant. During his time at McGill, Me Ginzburg was also a member of the McGill Redmen football team, earning Academic All-Canadian honours.

While studying law at Université du Québec à Montréal, Me Ginzburg focused his attention almost exclusively on criminal law. In his first year, he won numerous debate competitions, during which he was able to hone his skills as an orator. In his second year, he became involved with the Quebec Innocence Project, a non-profit organization which seeks to review and help overturn cases of wrongful convictions. In his final year, Me Ginzburg was chosen to represent UQAM in the Gale Cup, Canada’s foremost national mooting competition. He and his teammates finished 2nd overall among nearly 20 law schools, and also won the prize for 2nd best factum.