Richard Ngo is a 2017-2018 articling student at Cassels Brock. He first joined the firm as a summer student in 2016.
Richard graduated from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. At law school, he was actively involved within the Windsor Law community. During his first and second year, he volunteered at Community Legal Aid, representing underserviced community members in criminal, provincial offences and landlord-tenant matters, as a caseworker and then as a litigator. He was also part of the Peer Mentorship Program, where he was a mentor to first year law students, as well as a member of the Ask Law Committee, acting as the first point of contact for incoming students.
Richard graduated with Distinction from the University of Toronto where he received his Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations and Criminology. While there, he was a member of the Music Club and a piano tutor.
Prior to joining Cassels Brock, Richard worked for two large telecommunications companies, resolving client issues.
Richard is passionate about cycling. He was the president of the Cycling Association of Windsor Law during his second and third year of law school, and is a member of the Beaches Cycling Club. He also enjoys building and restoring bicycles in his free time.