Meet Our Students

2024 Summer Students

Tania Kengatharan

Tania is pursuing her Juris Doctor at Osgoode Hall Law School. She previously completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Toronto in Critical Studies in Equity and Solidarity, with minors in Sociology and English. 

Throughout her time at Osgoode, Tania has been actively involved in student government as the Equity Officer on Legal & Literary Society and as a member of Student Caucus. Tania has also enjoyed being a peer-mentor to first year students through the Disabled Students Collective and Tamil Law Students Association, where she will be a co-President next year.  

In her free time, Tania enjoys planning elaborate events and doing all things creative.


Leran Oirik

Leran is entering his third year of law school at Queen’s University. He previously completed his Bachelor of Arts in politics and a Master of Industrial Relations from Queen’s University.

Prior to law school, Leran worked as a Labour Relations Consultant for a municipality where he counselled managers on a variety of matters including collective agreement interpretation, workplace investigations, discipline, accommodation, grievances, and bargaining.

While at law school, Leran is an editor for the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal, co-president of the Queen’s Labour and Employment Club, moot competitor, academic tutor, teaching assistant, and has been on the Dean’s List each year.

In his spare time, Leran enjoys trying new restaurants and hiking with his goldendoodle, Daisy.  

Nathan Ryan

Nathan is completing his Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration (JD/MBA) at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business. Before starting his JD/MBA, Nathan obtained his Master of Public Policy from Simon Fraser University and his Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Toronto Scarborough. Nathan previously worked primarily in student services and government. He was most recently the Acting Assistant Registrar, Records at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, where he managed course enrolment, grade submission, exam invigilation, and awards for nearly 700 JD students.

In law school, Nathan is the incoming President of both the Osgoode Business Law Society and the Osgoode Labour and Employment Law Society. He is also an incoming Senior Editor on the Osgoode Hall Law Journal. Aside from competing in numerous moots, Nathan recently worked as a Caseworker at the Osgoode Business Clinic and has participated in numerous pro bono initiatives. 

In his spare time, Nathan enjoys karaoke, hiking around Downtown Toronto, and spending time with his cat (Lily) and corgi (Nico).

Ralisa Saywack

Ralisa is pursuing her Juris Doctor at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law at Toronto Metropolitan University. Prior to law school, Ralisa completed her Masters of Industrial Relations and Human Resources at the University of Toronto, as well as an Honours Bachelor of Public Health from the University of Waterloo. Ralisa has worked in human resources and recruitment in both the public and private sectors. 

During law school, Ralisa has been actively involved on the executive team of both the Labour and Employment Law Society and the Caribbean Law Students’ Society. 

In her spare time, Ralisa enjoys exploring new restaurants in Toronto and attending concerts.



2024 - 2025 Articling Students


Melina Fazzari

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 Krueger

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 Tsoi

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.