Stephanie DiGiuseppe is a partner at Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP. She practices criminal, constitutional and regulatory litigation, with a focus on finding creative solutions to complex problems. Stephanie has represented clients before all levels of court in Ontario, administrative tribunals, professional regulatory bodies and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Stephanie is an active leader in Canada’s legal community and a dedicated advocate for social justice and legal systems change. She acts as counsel with the Pro Bono Inmate Assistance Program at the Ontario Court of Appeal. Stephanie is also committed to mentorship and is an instructor at Osgoode Hall Law School, where she teaches criminal law and also teaches trial and appellate advocacy skills to practitioners. She is the co-editor of the Constitutional Rights Reporter.
Stephanie is a member of The Advocates’ Society, Toronto Lawyers Association and Criminal Lawyers’ Association (CLA). She sits on the board of directors for CLA and is an active member of the Litigation Committee and is the Co-Chair of the Women’s Committee. Stephanie is also a Co-Chair of the board of directors for Peacebuilders International, which provides restorative justice solutions for adolescents in conflict with the law.
Stephanie received various awards and recognitions. She was honoured the 2020 Precedent Setter Award by Precedent magazine and has been recognized in 2023 edition (since 2021) of Best Lawyers Canada (criminal practice, appellate practice) and in 2022 (criminal practice).
Called to the Ontario Bar in 2011