Margarita Dvorkina

Margarita Dvorkina

Margarita is an associate in the Business Litigation and Cross-Border Litigation Groups at Cambridge LLP. She received her Dual Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and Detroit Mercy School of Law in 2019 after simultaneously attending a Canadian and U.S. law school. Margarita was called to the Ontario Bar in 2020. She received a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from Ryerson University, majoring in Criminology.

While studying at the University of Windsor, Margarita was a member of the Editorial Board of the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues. Margarita interned with the Chambers of the United States Court of Appeal for the Sixth Circuit upon completion of her first year of law school. She further gained cross-border legal experience by working at the Public Defender’s office at the District Court in Detroit, Michigan. During her articles at a full-service firm, Margarita worked on a variety of commercial litigation and appellate litigation cases, as well as wrote an article subsequently published in The Advocates’ Quarterly (“Legacy of Groia: Civilizing the Legal Profession”, The Advocates’ Quarterly (2020), 50:3).

Margarita has full written and oral proficiency in Russian.