Behnam is completing his Juris Doctor at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. Behnam has a demonstrated passion for workplace law, having completed his Bachelor of Commerce from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly known as Ryerson University) and his Master of Industrial Relations and Human Resources from the University of Toronto.
While at Osgoode, Behnam participated in six moots, worked as a Caseworker at the Osgoode Mediation Clinic, and co-founded the Osgoode Middle-Eastern Law Student Association.
In his spare time, Behnam enjoys crate digging for vinyl and shooting with his analog camera.
Rebecca is pursuing her Juris Doctor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Before law school, Rebecca obtained her Bachelor of Political Science (Honours) with a minor in Philosophy.
In law school, Rebecca served on the executive board of the Faculty’s Law Review and was an executive editor for the school’s newspaper, Ultra Vires. She also co-directed the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada and was the President/Co-Founder of the Agency club.
In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys watching baseball, listening to podcasts, and trying new food around Toronto.
Naomi graduated with a Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to law school, Naomi completed her Bachelor of Arts at McGill University in International Development Studies and Political Sciences.
During her time at Osgoode, Naomi completed a clinical placement at Parkdale Community Legal Services and served as a Dean’s Fellow for Public and Constitutional Law as well as Civil Procedure. She also completed an exchange semester at the University of Amsterdam, and ranked third place in her final year of examinations.
In her free time, Naomi enjoys trying out new coffee shops around Toronto. She also likes to stay active by running, cycling, strength training, and doing Yoga.
Graeme has completed his second year at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and holds a Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with high distinction from the University of Toronto.
While attending the Faculty of Law, he won the 2021 Chief Justice Richard Wagner award for volunteer work with Pro Bono Students Canada and Citizens with Disabilities – Ontario, completed an externship with Aboriginal Legal Services, and provided mentorship to numerous incoming students through the Peer Mental Health Support Program.
Previously, Graeme was a Debwewin fellow with the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians, and a research assistant with the Division of Preventive Medicine at the University of Alberta.
Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Graeme is an avid Oilers and Elks fan, a lover of dogs, and a voracious podcast listener.
Adele is currently a second-year student at Osgoode Hall Law School. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Asian Studies, Political Science, and Ethics, Society, and Law from the University of Toronto.
Adele served as the Vice-President of the Osgoode Labour and Employment Law Society, and as an executive member of the Entertainment and Sports Law Association. She also participated in pro bono initiatives in both her first and second year of law school.
In her spare time, Adele enjoys playing basketball and football, immersing herself in music, and trying new desserts.
Melina is pursuing her Juris Doctor at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University). Prior to law school, she received her Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biomedical Science. Melina’s interest in labour and employment stems from her experience working in long-term care.
During law school, Melina was the Director of Administration for the Lincoln Alexander Advocacy Society. She was also a member of the Health Law Working Group.
In her spare time, Melina enjoys playing the piano, baking with her family, and travelling.
Jessica is completing her Juris Doctor at Queen’s University. Before law school, Jessica obtained a degree in International Development and Globalization with a minor in French as a Second Language from the University of Ottawa.
In law school, Jessica is the president of the Alternative Dispute Resolution club and serves as a volunteer editor for the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal.
In her spare time, Jessica enjoys running and horseback riding.
Jessica is based out of the Firm's London office for the 2023 summer term.
Cavina has competed her second year of law school at Queen’s University. Prior to law school, she completed her undergraduate degree in Human Resource Management from Western University and a master’s degree from Queen’s University in Industrial Relations. Cavina then worked in labour relations at two federally-regulated companies before making a career change to the law.
During her two years of law school, she was an assistant editor for the Law Review, competed in various moots and negotiation competitions, hosted a charity event, was on the Dean’s Honour List, and was a teacher’s assistant.
During her free time, Cavina enjoys trying out new restaurants and listening to various podcasts.