Amos is an associate in the firm’s Municipal Law Practice Group.
Amos obtained his law degree from the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. Before joining SV Law, Amos articled at a general practice firm in Halton Hills, where he trained in the areas of business law, civil litigation, family law, administrative law, employment law, corporate law, real estate law, and estate planning. He assisted in family law conferences, motions, examinations for discovery, settlement conferences, mediations, and other court hearings in the Superior Court of Justice and Small Claims Court. During law school, Amos was a semi-finalist at the 2018 Nelligan O’Brien Payne Moot Competition. He was also a host and former associate producer for the Clawbie award-winning podcast The Law School Show, where he interviewed Canada’s 21st Prime Minister Paul Martin, Canada’s 28th Governor General David Johnston, former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Marshall Rothstein, and Olympic Bronze Medallist Sandrine Mainville.
Before law school, Amos completed a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Law at Carleton University and was awarded a Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement. Amos was also a classical concert pianist and a sportscaster. Within these roles, Amos was a finalist at the 2012 Canadian Music Competition, announced the 2016 NBA All-Star Challenge in Ottawa, announced the 2017 Canadian Junior Swimming Championships on CBC Sports, and announced the 2020 Ottawa Capital Hoops Classic on TSN.
Amos is fluent in Cantonese and can speak some Mandarin and some French. In his spare time, Amos continues to play the piano and gives the occasional musical performance. He continues to host episodes on The Law School Show, and you might also catch him announcing slam dunks and slapshots on university sports broadcasts.
- Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Carleton University, 2018
- Member of the Law Society of Ontario
- Member of the Canadian Chopin Society