Brandon Anand Chung


Brandon is an associate at Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP. His practice focuses on criminal, regulatory, and appellate litigation. Brandon also practices in public and administrative law.


Prior to joining Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP, Brandon clerked for the Honourable Justice Michael Moldaver of the Supreme Court of Canada and two justices of the Court of Appeal for British Columbia. He also articled and practiced as an associate at a national full-service firm.


Brandon holds a JD from Queen’s University and an LLM (First Class) from Cambridge University, which he attended as a Paul Martin Sr. Scholar. As a law student, Brandon graduated with the Dean’s Silver Scholar Award for attaining the second-highest standing in his final year. He also received a number of other awards for academic performance, including course prizes in evidence, international economic law, tort law, and legal philosophy. Brandon was also an active mooter: in his second year, he competed in the John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition on World Trade Organization law, where his team placed second and he was named the top oralist of the worldwide grand finals; in his third year, he and his partner finished as the second-place pair at the Laskin, a national constitutional and administrative law moot.


Outside of his practice, Brandon is an active member of the legal community. He continues to be involved in legal education as the coach of the Laskin moot team at Queen’s University and as an adjunct professor teaching Charter litigation at Osgoode. Brandon volunteers his time with Pro Bono Ontario’s Supreme Court of Canada Leave to Appeal Assistance Project. He is also a contributing author of CanLII’s Criminal Law E-Book, an open access resource covering a wide range of Canadian criminal law topics.


Brandon is a member of The Advocates’ Society, Toronto Lawyers Association, and Criminal Lawyers’ Association (CLA), and is an active member of CLA’s Recent Call and Litigation Committees.


Called to the Ontario bar in 2021, Called to the British Columbia bar in 2018