Fatema joins Gluckstein Lawyers as an articling student. She graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, earning her J.D. While at law school, Fatema was the recipient of the Ronald J. Rolls ’58 Q.C. Prize in Civil Procedure (2019)
and the Kenneth Gibson Morden Memorial Prize in Evidence (2021).
During her time as a law student, Fatema volunteered at ARCH Disability Law Centre. She served as Co-Chair of Osgoode’s South Asian Law Student’s Association. Fatema was also actively involved with Pro Bono Students Canada, completing a Barbra
Schlifer Commemorative Clinic placement, and joining the school’s executive team in her upper years.
Before law school, Fatema graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction in Criminology and Ethics, Society and Law.
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