My focus is international, immigration, and human rights law.
Writing and reading are my passions.
I enjoy exploring a wide variety of topics including immigration policy, race and racism, sexuality and the law, and counter-terrorism.
I am always learning, seeking new knowledge whenever I can.
I've just completed the Juris Doctor degree at Osgoode Hall Law School.
I have a Master of Global Affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto.
I graduated with High Distinction in a Bachelor of Arts programme (Political Science & Economics) at the University of Toronto. During my undergraduate studies I spent two summers as a student at the London School of Economics & Political Science.
I've worked as an intern at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Anti-Racial Discrimination Section, and as a research assistant at Osgoode Hall Law School and the University of Toronto Environmental Governance Lab.
I've also been a research fellow for the NATO Association of Canada and an intern at the Canada Institute at the Wilson Center in Washington D.C.
As an Osgoode Hall Law student I was the recipient of the 2020 National Association of Japanese Canadians & Roger Sachio Obata C.M. Prize in International Human Rights Law, the 2020 Ursel Phillips Fellows Hopkinson LLP Prize for the best paper in Sexuality and the Law, and the 2021 Medico-Legal Society of Toronto Prize for the student with the highest standing in the Disability & the Law course.
I was also awarded both admission and academic scholarships during my undergraduate and graduate studies.