• Randolph K. Hahn
    Partner
  • Tel:
    416-601-6414
  • Fax:
    416-363-8760
  • E-Mail:
    rahahn@ggilaw.com

PROFILE

 

Randolph practises exclusively in the field of Canadian immigration and citizenship law. He is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Immigration Law. He has been listed in Best Lawyers in Canada

for immigration law for several years, including 2015.

 

Randolph has a wide-ranging practice that includes matters pertaining to the transfer and relocation of executive and managerial personnel. He advises on

a wide variety of matters related to applications for Canadian immigration. Randolph also represents clients in immigration-related litigation. He has argued cases before all three divisions of the Immigration and Refugee Board, as well as the Federal Court of Canada. Randolph also has general experience in the area of civil litigation including administrative law, and has practised at one of Canada's largest law firms.

ADMISSIONS AND AFFILIATIONS

 

  • Called to the Ontario Bar (1996)
  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Past Chair, Citizenship and Immigration Law Section, Ontario Bar Association
  • Associate Editor, Immigration Law Reporter

 

EDUCATION

 

  • LL.B., McGill University, 1993
  • D.Phil., Oxford University, 1987
  • M.Sc. (Econ.), London School of Economics, 1982
  • B.A. (Hons.), University of British Columbia, 1981

 

 PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Speaker: "Criminal Inadmissibility", Ontario Bar Association, Canada/U.S. Border Immigration: Sixth Annual Fall Conference, October 2014
  • Co-editor: A Practical Guide to Provincial Nominee Programs in Canada Immigration Law (Published by Carswell)
  • Panellist: "Let's Take it Outside: Litigating Before Arbitration Panels, Administrative Tribunals and Disciplinary Boards", Ontario Bar Association, 2014
  • Co-author: "Rodriguez Hernandez v. Canada" and "R. v. Appulonappa: Case Comment", Immigration Law Reporter, May 2013
  • Moderator and speaker: "Federal Court Litigation Updates, Trends and Challenges", with Chief Justice Paul S. Crampton, March 2013
  • Author: "Deputy Judges of the Federal Court and Mandatory Retirement", ImmQuest, February 2012
  • Moderator: "Tech Processing Know How", Canadian Bar Association, Citizenship and Immigration Law Conference, 2011
  • Author: "Canada v. Mavi – Case Comment", Toronto Law Journal, October 2011
  • Author: "Mavi v. Canada (Attorney General) – Case Comment, Immigration Law Reporter, September 2011
  • Author, Presenter: "How to Bring A Foreign Worker into Canada?", Six Minute Employment Lawyer, Law Society of Upper Canada, June 2011
  • Co-author: "Top 10 Issues in PNP-Eastern/Central Canada", Canadian Bar Association, Citizenship and Immigration Law Conference, 2011
  • Author: "Hijacking of Aircraft in 1984 Still Carries Consequences – Case Comment: Saini v. Canada (Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness)" Immigration Law Reporter, May 2011
  • Author: "A Tale of Two Decisions: Arif v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration)", Toronto Law Journal, November 2010
  • Author: "Addendum-Felipa v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration)", Toronto Law Journal, July 2010
  • Author: "Felipa v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration)", Toronto Law Journal, June 2010
  • Moderator: "Top Ten Protected Person Cases", Canadian Bar Association Annual Immigration Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 2010
  • Author: "Mavi v. Canada (Attorney General): Sponsorship Obligations and Government Obligation of Procedural Fairness", Toronto Law Journal, March 2010