Superior Court in TorontoNine Windsor Law students have secured clerkships in Canada’s court system this year.

Faculty of Law celebrating success in securing clerkships

For most law students, the prospect of securing a clerkship in Canada’s court system is something to strive for. During a clerkship, selected law students are placed with one or more supervising judges for the unique opportunity to experience the trial process first-hand, to work closely with judicial officials, and to substantively engage in a myriad of legal issues.

This year, Windsor Law’s Career Services Office reports that nine law students have obtained clerkships, including:

  • Samuel Mazzuca – Court of Appeal for Ontario
  • Ramisha Farooq – Federal Court of Canada
  • Natasha Daley – Superior Court of Justice, Central West Region
  • Andrea Bracaglia – Superior Court of Justice, Southwest Region
  • Roxana Jahani Aval – Superior Court of Justice, Central East Region
  • Ashley Ash – Superior Court of Justice, Toronto
  • Leslie Schumacher – Superior Court of Justice, Northeast Region
  • Robin Goldberg – Superior Court of Justice, Central East Region
  • Hannah Thackeray – Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court

“Windsor Law has always been strong at the clerkship level, but this year I think is especially impressive considering everything was processed remotely,” says director of career services Anna Maria Decia-Gualtieri. “I’m grateful to be working with such a great clerkship committee.”

Besides Decia-Gualtieri, current members of the clerkship committee include dean Christopher Waters and professors David Tanovich, Kristen Thomasen, and Richard Moon.

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