Summer Law Student
Mariam holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto, where she specialized in Peace, Conflict and Justice Studies. She is currently a JD Candidate at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law.
She is passionate about the social, political, and economic outcomes of immigration and refugee migration to the Global North and the resettlement process in Canada. Mariam has assisted in permanent and temporary applications such as applications for permanent residence based on humanitarian and compassionate grounds, spousal sponsorships, temporary resident visas and permits, as well as refugee applications and business immigration cases. She has also worked on corporate law matters under the direct guidance of Mr. Rakhmad Sobirov.
She has previously contributed to research on refugees and sustainable development for the G20 Research Group, Landlord/Tenant disputes in Kensington Market, and UNHCR expenditures and initiatives for the Global Justice Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs.
When she is not studying, Mariam continues to strive for social justice. She spends her time writing and reading and developing The Blank Page, a platform dedicated to empowering youth to develop their writing skills and challenge their perceptions by promoting dialogue and peer-to-peer learning.
- Juris Doctor Candidate, University of Windsor (2020)
- HBA, University of Toronto (2017)
Fluent in Arabic