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Amir Rezaizadeh has law degrees from Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA and Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada - a school ranked as one of the top three schools in Canada. He was a Senior Editor at the Osgoode Hall Law Journal and received the Christopher Robinson Memorial Prize for ranking second in his third year class.
Mr. Rezaizadeh started his undergraduate studies at Queen's University in Canada and received a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering (Computer Option) with honors - a unique degree that focused on computer software and hardware design and semiconductor manufacturing in addition to core electrical engineering. While a student, he designed a student database for a local multi-branched private school. He also worked for Queen's University's Department of Electrical Engineering designing simulation software for use in student laboratories. After graduating from Queen's University, Mr Rezaizadeh studied English Literature and Philosophy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
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