Michael Burns

Michael has just finished his second year in the University of Ottawa English Common Law Program. He previously attended Brock University earning a Bachelor of Business Administration. Recently, Michael completed a legislative development internship with the Senate of Canada, learning more about how laws are developed. 

Micheline Chevrier

Micheline is a second-year law student at the University of Windsor. Prior to law school, she completed her master’s degree in Immigration and Settlement Studies at Ryerson University. She has also obtained her Bachelor of Education in Teaching English-as-a-Second Language and Secondary Education from Bishop’s University. Most recently, she worked as a legal researcher at a criminal defence law firm in her hometown, Cornwall, Ontario.

Katie Pfaff

Katie is a second-year Master of Social Work and law student at the University of Windsor. Prior to law school, she completed her Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Windsor. Katie has served as an active member of the Cities and Climate Action Forum policy clinic at Windsor Law and as a research assistant for Dr. Julie Macfarlane at the National Self-Represented Litigants Project. 

Emma Walsh

Emma is entering her third year at McGill University Faculty of Law. Before law school, she completed her Bachelor of Arts with Double-Honours in Human Rights and Political Science at St. Thomas University. Currently, she organizes legal and public advocacy efforts for political prisoners as a Co-Director of the Wallenberg Advocacy Group and contributes to the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law as a Senior Editor.