Cassidy Crichlow is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School. In 2021, she graduated from the University of Guelph with a major in Criminal Justice and Public Policy. Cassidy acted as the 2020-2021 Co-President of the Criminal Justice and Public Policy Society where she partnered with the Guelph Black Professionals to organize events for Black students. Currently, Cassidy is the National Secretary of the Black Law Students Association of Canada.
During the summers of 2018 to 2021, Cassidy worked as a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer for the Town of Ajax, where she interpreted, applied, and enforced Traffic and Park By-Laws. Cassidy has additionally worked as a Youth Worker since 2018, working with diverse youth in foster homes and group homes.
In her first year at Osgoode Hall, Cassidy participated in three moot competitions and one negotiation competition. Cassidy won two distinguished oralist moot awards and was a member of the Osgoode 1L Competitive Moot Team. Cassidy also took an advocacy role on the Osgoode’s Survivor Advocate Committee where she helped build an accessible resource document for the Osgoode Hall student body. Cassidy is also a Senior Editor on the Editorial Board of Osgoode Hall Law Journal for 2022-2023.