Forrest Finn is a 2019-2020 articling student at Cassels Brock. He first joined the firm as a summer student in 2018. Before law, Forrest worked at a machine learning start-up company.
Forrest graduated with a J.D. from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. In law school Forrest received the Rotman@Law certificate for business and won the corporate finance award. Forrest was also an active member of the student community, where he helped found the First Generation Network and worked as a research assistant. Prior to law school, Forrest graduated with a Bachelor of Honours Arts at McGill University with first class honours while concentrating in history and anthropology.
In his spare time Forrest can often be found hiking, coding or learning more about sharks.
“Shifting into Reverse: The Negative Carbon Tax and Climate Change Policy in Canada” at the 23rd UBC Interdisciplinary Legal Studies Conference.
“Hardship and Hard Drives: Artificial Intelligence, Judicial Decision-Making, and the Discharge of Student Loan Debt” in Canadian Journal of Law and Technology 17:1 (May 2019)