Articling Student - Caterina Di Tommaso

Caterina Di Tommaso

Caterina Di Tommaso recently graduated cum laude from the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. She was active in the community, serving on the Law Faculty Admissions Committee and English Program Faculty Committee as a student representative and also acted as President of the Ottawa Hellenic Law Students’ Association in her final year.

Caterina was recommended for the University’s Legal Writing Academy and worked as a Legal Writing Leader in her final two years of school, providing her peers with free one-on-one conferences to improve their legal writing and boost their confidence. Caterina’s keen oral advocacy skills have also been recognized through her successful participation in the Weiler Mediation Competition and 1L Nelligan Moot Competition where she was selected as a semi-finalist out of 80 teams.

Prior to obtaining her JD, Caterina worked as a legal assistant at a full-service law firm on Bay Street. She assisted the firm in all areas of law, liaising with court and government offices to fight for clients’ rights and this experience solidified her interest in pursuing a legal career.

Caterina graduated from the University of Waterloo earning a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction. She completed a Major in Political Science and Business (Co-op) and a Minor in French and was frequently a member of the Dean’s Honours List. Caterina is also proficient in Greek, Italian, French and Spanish.

Articling Student - Julianna Galifi

Julianna Galifi

Julianna Galifi recently graduated from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. During law school, she volunteered as a caseworker with Community Legal Aid. She then moved on to work as a summer student, assisting low-income clients with their various legal needs and developing public legal education materials to present to the Windsor community.

Julianna successfully competed in both the Walsh Family Law Moot and the Walsh Family Law Negotiation Competition. Following the Walsh Negotiation, she was awarded 3rd place for her zealous negotiation skills. Julianna also enjoyed organizing professional development and social events when she acted as the co-president of Windsor Law In Vino Veritas and the vice-president of the Family Law Society.

Prior to obtaining her JD, Julianna graduated with distinction from the University of Windsor, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Psychology. She was an active peer-mentor and heavily involved with Students Offering Support, which solidified her interest in pursuing a career in law.


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