Guillaume D’Amico was born and raised in Marseilles, France. After obtaining his French baccalaureate, Mr. D’Amico moved to Portland, Oregon to attend the International House, a language school, before enrolling at Portland Community College. In 2008, he graduated with an Associate’s degree and transferred to the University of Montreal in Montreal, Canada. In 2010, he received his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and then attended McGill University as a graduate student in the English department. While there, Mr. D’Amico was a recipient of the Provost’s Graduate Fellowship.

In 2012, Mr. D’Amico graduated with a Master of Arts in English and then attended McGill University, Faculty of Law. In law school, he worked as a Journal Editing Lead for the McGill Journal of Dispute Resolution, and focused his studies on litigation and trial advocacy. 

In 2016, Mr. D’Amico graduated with a B.C.L. and a LL.B. from McGill University, Faculty of Law, and moved to Los Angeles to work at a law firm dealing with government liability, law enforcement liability, general liability, and employment law. 

Mr. D’Amico is admitted to practice in New York and California.