Marie Henein Net Worth


Marie Henein’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Marie Henein was born on 1966 in Cairo, Egypt, is a Criminal lawyer, defence barrister. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Marie Henein’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Occupation Criminal lawyer, defence barrister
Age 55 years old
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Birthplace Cairo, Egypt
Nationality Canadian

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Marie Henein’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Marie Henein is 55 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Henein represented Mark Norman during his trial for Breach of Trust, a charge that was eventually stayed on May 9, 2019.


In November 2014, former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi hired Henein to defend him. He was charged in four cases of sexual assault and one case of choking a woman. The first trial of Ghomeshi began on February 1, 2016. The trial lasted eight days. On 24 March 2016, the judge delivered the verdict. Ghomeshi was acquitted of all charges, on the basis that there was insufficient evidence to establish proof beyond a reasonable doubt.


Henein has developed a reputation in Toronto as one of the most “respected and feared criminal lawyers in the country.” The National Post called her the “most high profile criminal defence lawyer in the country.” In 2011, Canadian Lawyer magazine named her one of the “Top 25 Most Influential” saying she was “one of the most sought-after criminal lawyers in the country” and “a key go-to lawyer for high-profile accused in Toronto.”

In 2011 Henein’s client John Magno received a twelve-year sentence in connection with an arson resulting in a death and one of the largest fires in Toronto’s history “forcing the evacuation of 50 nearby homes on Danforth Avenue and requiring the services of more than 170 firefighters.”


Henein represented former Ontario attorney general Michael Bryant after he was charged with criminal negligence causing death and dangerous driving causing death for dragging a man with his car causing his death after a collision when the cyclist he struck became enraged. On May 25, 2010, all charges against Bryant were withdrawn. Bryant said she “seemed to channel Hannibal Lecter.”


Henein represented Marvin Sazant, a Toronto doctor accused of tying up several young boys and repeatedly forcing sex on them. In 2009 the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario revoked Sazant’s licence “concluding that in three of the four cases, the allegations had been proved”.

In 2009, Henein represented Bradley Harrison at the Supreme Court of Canada. The charges of possession of 35 kilograms of cocaine (worth about $4 million) were dropped.


In 2008, Henein defended hockey agent David Frost, who was acquitted of the charges of sexual exploitation. Frost called her “my shark.”


In her first case at her own firm, Henein defended Daniel Weiz, who was one of the young men charged in the 1999 death by beating of Toronto teen Dmitri Baranovski. Weiz was acquitted of all charges.


She was later rehired at Edward Greenspan’s firm after working with his partner, Marc Rosenberg. She eventually was named a partner of the firm in 1998. In 2002, Henein left to open Henein and Associates. The firm later was renamed as Henein Hutchinson LLP after former crown attorney Scott Hutchison joined the firm as a named partner. After Hutchison joined, Henein hired an advertising agency whose campaign for the firm included a “photo shoot that might have been orchestrated by Vanity Fair” and “some critics sniff that it smacks of an ad for an HBO legal series”.

In 1998, with Greenspan, Henein defended former Nova Scotia premier Gerald Regan on sexual-misconduct charges. The Supreme Court of Canada denied Regan’s appeal, but he was ultimately acquitted of all charges.


Henein attended Osgoode Hall Law School, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree. After graduating, Henein articled under noted criminal defence lawyer Edward Greenspan. She then attended Columbia Law School, and received her Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in 1991. Henein was called to the bar in 1992.


Marie Henein (born 1966) is a Canadian criminal defence lawyer. She is a partner of Henein Hutchison LLP, a law firm in Toronto.

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