Jacklyn is a second-year law student at the University of Windsor. Prior to law school, she earned a Bachelor of Arts (Hon) in Sociology at Queen’s University, as well as a Paralegal Diploma at Seneca College. Jacklyn is the co-chair of advocacy for the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers – Windsor Chapter. She enjoys film and one of her favourite movies, that first interested her in class actions, is Dark Waters.
Joudy is a second year law student at the University of Windsor. Prior to law school, she attended the University of Toronto where she earned a Honours Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Ethics, Society and Law. Joudy spent last summer as a Legal Intern at Access Now, a global advocacy organization working on human rights in the digital age. In first year, she was a Research Assistant to the University of Windsor Law and Technology Lab (LTEC Lab).
Elizabeth is a second year law student in the Dual J.D. program at Windsor Law and Detroit Mercy Law. Prior to law school, Elizabeth attended the University of British Columbia and earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree. She also worked in accounting/finance positions. During her spare time she enjoys hiking, reading, and playing chess.
Catherine is a second-year law student at the University of Windsor. Prior to law school, Catherine earned her Bachelor of Education at the University of Alberta. Catherine was a member of Community Legal Aid during her first year of law school along with being a junior editor for the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues. During her free time, she enjoys watching Broadway musicals.