Fatimah Khan completed her JD degree at Osgoode Hall Law School. She received her Honours Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction in International Relations, Employment Relations, and Political Science at the University of Toronto. During her undergraduate career Fatimah debated competitively with the Hart House Debate Club. Fatimah first developed her interest in employment and labour law during her graduate studies in Industrial Relations and Human Resources.
Fatimah previously worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, Debate Coach, Program Coordinator at Canada’s largest summer camp dedicated to debating and public speaking programming, and as an Occupational Health and Safety Assistant.
During law school Fatimah was involved in Osgoode’s Labour and Employment Law Society, the South Asian Law Students Association, the Osgoode Women’s Network, and was an elected representative on Student Caucus. Additionally, Fatimah was a case worker at a Toronto legal aid clinic representing low-income clients in wrongful dismissal cases, employment standards claims, and human rights matters.
Outside of school and work, Fatimah enjoys hiking, listening to podcasts, and cultivating her status as a contemporary film and television enthusiast.