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Pooja earned her Juris Doctor degree at the University of Toronto in 2017. While attending law school, Pooja was very involved with Pro Bono Students Canada. On their behalf, Pooja volunteered with Pro Bono Law Ontario, Flemingdon Community Legal Services, and the Trans Family Law Project to assist low income individuals in a variety of legal areas. While in school, Pooja also volunteered with the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review and the David Asper Centre. Prior to attending law school, Pooja earned her HBA in Criminology, sociolegal studies and political science with high honours at the University of Toronto. In her spare time, Pooja enjoys baking, standup comedy, and all things Harry Potter related.

Kimberley Ling Kimberley Ling, Articling Student 416­-682-7119, Email Download vCard

Kimberley recently completed her Juris Doctor at Osgoode Hall Law School. She holds a specialist in Commerce and Finance, and a major in Economics, with Distinction from the Rotman Commerce program at the University of Toronto. While in law school, Kimberley volunteered with the Community and Legal Aid Services Programme (CLASP), Pro Bono Students Canada, and Law in Action Within Schools. She also sat on the academic committee where she was involved with Osgoode Hall grade appeals. Prior to law school, Kimberley worked for an international accounting firm in their Advisory department. She enjoys travelling and has been to over 43 countries.

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