Bryant Godkin is an articling student at Rosen Kirshen Tax Law.
Bryant recently completed his Juris Doctor at Queen’s University. During law school, he was an oralist for Queen’s Bowman Tax Moot team, where he and his partner were awarded Best Respondent Factum. In addition, he both volunteered as a researcher and worked as a student caseworker at the Queen’s Business Law Clinic, assisting small businesses within the community to find legal solutions to meet their business objectives. Further, he recently received the highest standing in competition law.
Before joining Rosen Kirshen Tax Law, Bryant was a summer student at a litigation boutique in Toronto and gained valuable experience assisting team members with various complex litigation files involving a range of different subject matters.
Prior to law school, Bryant’s studies focused on business, and received his bachelor’s in business administration from Laurentian University and an advanced diploma in accounting. To enhance his practical business knowledge, he completed multiple internships and worked as the sole accounting specialist at an engineering firm. Further, he participated in an international exchange program learning about business start-ups and innovation in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Bryant enjoys running, cycling, discovering new food, and travelling in his spare time.