Jasmine Landau

T 416 956 0110 F 416 598 3730
E jlandau@lolg.ca
Jasmine is a persuasive and confident litigator who enjoys handling complex interjurisdictional and international legal issues. As an innovative problem solver, she knows how to help clients achieve a satisfactory outcome.

Jasmine’s practice encompasses a broad range of commercial and contractual litigation matters. Before joining Lax O’Sullivan, Jasmine was a litigation associate at a leading international law firm, where she handled multi-jurisdictional contract disputes, professional negligence and defamation claims, product liability claims, human rights due diligence (ESG reporting) and construction claims. She is an energetic and responsive advocate for the clients she represents, including in fast-moving matters like injunctions, motions and cybersecurity breaches.

Jasmine has also gained experience in corporate restructuring and insolvency claims, shareholder disputes, insurance coverage for data and privacy breach claims, and complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters at both the domestic and international levels. She is a methodical legal researcher and can distill highly technical financial, computer-related and scientific matters for a wide variety of audiences. 

Jasmine graduated from University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Common Law with the International Law option, where she was an avid mooter with several notable wins. She completed her undergraduate degree at Carleton University in International History and Mandarin Chinese. 


  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2018
  • J.D. (Cum Laude), Faculty of Common Law (English) with International Law option, University of Ottawa, 2017
  • B.A. (Highest Honours), International History and Mandarin Chinese, Carleton University, 2013
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • International Bar Association
  • Young Canadian Arbitration Practitioners
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Pro Bono Ontario, Volunteer Counsel
  • Women's Legal Mentorship Program, Mentor
  • The Best Lawyers™ in Canada: Ones to Watch, 2022: Corporate and Commercial Litigation
  • Winner, Best Oralist and Best Team, Nelligan O'Brien Payne First Year Moot, University of Ottawa
  • Winner, Out on Bay Street (Start Proud) Moot
  • Ranked as oralist for team written submissions in the Canadian portion of the Philip C. Jessup Public International Law Moot
  • David A. Golden Scholarship for academic achievement