Taylor Wormington


Taylor is an associate in the criminal practice of Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP.


Prior to joining Henein Hutchison Robitaille LLP, Taylor clerked for Justice Mahmud Jamal of the Supreme Court of Canada. He also completed his articles as a Judicial Law Clerk for Associate Chief Justice J. Michal Fairburn, Justice Paul S. Rouleau, and Justice Lois B. Roberts at the Court of Appeal for Ontario.


Taylor received his J.D., summa cum laude, from the University of Ottawa, where he was awarded the Silver Medal for the second-highest cumulative grade point average in the Common Law program. He also obtained his Master of Law (LLM) from the University of Cambridge, which he attended as a Paul Martin Sr. Scholar and received First Class distinction.


In law school, Taylor worked as a teaching assistant for courses on legal research and writing and dispute resolution, a research assistant for two professors, and a peer mentor for first-year law students. He also served as an Assistant Editor, Associate Editor, and later the Editor-in-Chief of the Ottawa Law Review’s French articles. At Cambridge, Taylor was a Project Manager for the Cambridge Pro Bono Project as well as a General Editor for the Cambridge International Law Journal.


A proud Franco-Ontarian, Taylor can practice in both English and French.


Called to the Ontario bar in 2021