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Student Opportunities

Students are an integral part of the work we do at Innocence Canada. We are proud to facilitate a variety of in-person and virtual opportunities for students across the country. Students working at Innocence Canada can expect to gain hands-on casework experience as well as benefit from specialized educational programming on wrongful convictions.

Available Opportunities

Each year we hire one articling student. This position is generously funded through the Law Foundation of Ontario Public Interest Articling Fellowship Program.

Please check back in May for details on our 2025-2026 articling position. We will be participating in the Toronto 2025-2026 articling recruit and we follow the dates and procedures set out by the Law Society of Ontario.

Our current articling student (2023-2024) is Chantal Laroque (J.D. 2023, University of Alberta).

Our incoming articling student (2024-2025) is Alicia Sanchez (J.D. 2024, University of Windsor).

Our 2024 Summer Fellowship Law Students are:

  1. Sahibjot Bajwa, Toronto Metropolitan University
  2. Ryann Barr, Dalhousie University
  3. Anna Holt, University of Saskatchewan
  4. Sierra Olson, Western University
  5. Daniel Viola, Osgoode (York University)
  6. Kaitlyn Williams, University of Alberta

Please check back in June for details on our student opportunities for the Fall/Winter 2024-2025.

Please direct all questions and inquiries to Pam Glatt, Director of Education