Joshua Hearn just completed the second year of his JD at Osgoode Hall Law School. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Prior to attending law school, Joshua worked as Donation Coordinator for the Alzheimer Society of Newfoundland and Labrador, where he assisted in delivering educational programs to the public.
Nicole Nowoselski is completing her JD at the University of Toronto. Prior to law school, Nicole attended Western University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Philosophy.
Emily Sheppard is a combined JD and Master of Social Work student at the University of Toronto. During her time in law school, she has been actively involved as a Caseworker, Division Leader, and Student Executive for the Employment Law and Academic Appeals Division at U of T’s student clinic, Downtown Legal Services. She has also served as a Caseworker at Advocates for Injured Workers, a community legal clinic specializing in workers’ compensation claims and appeals.
Samantha Sutherland is in her second year of the JD program at Western University. Prior to law school, she received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Ryerson University.
Kelly Brennan is completing her JD degree at the University of Ottawa. Prior to law school, Kelly graduated with distinction, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree at St. Thomas University. She double majored in Criminology and Human Rights.
Avleen Banwait is currently completing her JD degree at Windsor Law. She received her Bachelor of Arts, with an Honours Specialization in Political Science from Western University. During her undergraduate career, Avleen excelled at collegiate business case competitions and mock trials. In Law School, Avleen continues to practice her advocacy skills through various mediation competitions and moots including the BLG/ Cavalluzzo Labour Arbitration moot, in which she was awarded the distinction of Top Oralist.
Brittany Bates is currently completing her JD degree at Western University. She earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Labour Studies from McMaster University, and a Master of Industrial Relations degree from Queen’s University.
Abiola Akinyemi is a second-year JD student at Queen’s University. Prior to law school, Abiola graduated from York University and received an Honours Bachelors of Arts in both Law & Society and Sociology with distinction.