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Eva Kamel

During her law school career, Eva was involved with the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic. She completed a cross-border guide to implement the Marrakesh Treaty in Canada and the US. The treaty, administered by the World Intellectual Property Organization, simplified the production and international transfer of specially adapted books for people with blindness or visual impairments.

She has also worked with the FCJ Refugee Centre to complete humanitarian and compassionate applications and advocate on behalf of multiple clients.

Eva is dedicated to giving back to her community. She volunteered with the Ticket Defence Program; a charitable organization that provides legal support to homeless people charged with poverty-related offences in the Ottawa area. Alongside her casework, she prepared and delivered virtual legal education presentations to local community organizations to promote access to justice.

Before law school, Eva explored her passion for health and wellness by completing her BHSc in Health Sciences with Honours, at the University of Ottawa.  

Eva spends her free time baking for loved ones and reading fiction, classics, and psychology books.

Eva received her law degree from the University of Ottawa. She is currently an articling student at Simmonds Law.

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