LCO Student Scholar Fellows

The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) reorganized its student summer program in April 2020, and in partnership with several Ontario law schools created the Student Scholar Fellowship Program. This new program significantly expands the number of students working with the LCO for the summer term.

Students working with the LCO will contribute to law reform and legal policy development on LCO projects. Students will undertake legal and policy research and will participate in a broad range of consultations and LCO activities.

Summer 2021 Students

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Nadim Dabbous

Nadim Dabbous is a JD/MBA candidate at Osgoode Hall and Schulich Business School. He has previous experience in working in a startup environment having worked at a Fintech. He is interested in the rise of new technologies and their implication on society, and businesses. Nadim completed an undergraduate degree in International Relations at the University of Toronto. During his spare time, Nadim likes to play various sports, such as volleyball and basketball.

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Aaron Dishy

Aaron Dishy is a first year law student at Osgoode Hall Law School. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art history and Religious Studies from McGill University and a Master of Information in Critical Information Policy Studies from the University of Toronto. He has also worked as an archives technician at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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Daniella Febbraro

Daniella Febbraro is a first year law student at the University of Ottawa. She has completed her Honors Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science from the University of Ottawa and Master of Science in Medical Science from the University of Toronto. She is currently working as a Research Assistant, Assistant Editor of the Ottawa Law Review and Technoship Fellow at the University of Ottawa.

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Aria Kamal

Aria Kamal is a second year law student at Lakehead University’s Bora Laskin Faculty of Law. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from York University. For the past year, Aria worked as a Student Caseworker at Pro Bono Students Canada’s Family Justice Centre.