Georgina Hartono is a lawyer in the Litigation Group at Langlois Lawyers’ Montréal office. She joined the firm as a Student-at-Law in 2021 and subsequently articled at the firm in 2022.
Georgina advises and represents businesses and organizations in civil and commercial litigation matters, notably in matters concerning contractual liability, class actions, consumer law, transportation law, and intellectual property.
During her law studies at McGill University, Georgina served as Executive Director of the Legal Information Clinic at McGill, managing the largest student-run legal clinic in Canada. She also worked as Executive Editor of the McGill Law Journal and as Research Assistant for the Director of the Center for Intellectual Property Policy. Additionally, she represented McGill University in the Canadian Copyright Policy Moot competition. Concurrently with her law studies, she completed a minor in Computer Science.
She practises law in English and in French.
2022 – Canneva, Yann and Hartono, Georgina, “Brouiller les frontières entre histoire et fiction : un commentaire sur l’arrêt Winkler c. Hendley“, Les Cahiers de propriété intellectuelle, 34:1, p. 167-180.
Since 2023 – Legal Information Clinic at McGill – member of the Board of the Directors
Since 2021 – The Advocates’ Society
Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.) and Juris Doctor (J.D.) with a minor in Computer Science, McGill University, 2020
Rankings & Recognitions
Ballon Memorial Medal, 2020
Scarlet Key Award, 2020
J.W. McConnell Scholarship, 2016
Areas of Practice