​Education

  • Honours in International Development and Globalization with a Minor in Philosophy, University of Ottawa, 2017

Accolades & Awards

  • Winner of Spirit of the Capital Ottawa Youth Award, 2017
  • Winner of Celebration of Peoples Youth Award, 2017
If I were not an aspiring lawyer, I would be…
a business analyst or a political advisor.
I chose BLG because…
of the world class experience, and the most welcoming and open environment Toronto has to offer!
What I didn’t know about BLG before I joined…
all of the activities that happen here, like the softball tournaments and mental health week just in the first week. The firm appreciates interests and activities people may have as hobbies as well.
You will learn more at BLG because…
being both the largest and oldest law firm in Canada, BLG provides a vast area of expertise and experience. Not only do I get substantive law training on a first class level, but I am able to join BLG’s journey of expanding and developing every day.
My favourite thing about BLG is…
the people and the firm culture. The people here make me excited and honoured to come to work every day and put my best effort forward and learn as much as I can.
My most memorable experience at BLG is…
getting to know the articling students and seeing how excited they were to know that they would be calling BLG home next year. It really shows how much want to be here and how much working at BLG is enjoyable.
My proudest personal accomplishment is…
publishing my book, “Diffability: The Liberation of Potential.” It is a both philosophical and sociological piece that attempts to create a discussion in order to reform the conception of having a “disability.” -April 2019.
The most challenging/interesting project I have worked on is…
preparing submissions and oral advocacy for the International Criminal Court Moot, where we are representing Canada superseding the America’s round, and will be competing in the Hague this June.
One BLG professional who inspires me is…
Victoria Prince, who I am lucky to have as my mentor. A national head at BLG, she is an incredibly intellectual, kind, and innovative person of whom I would love to learn from.
I am an inspired by…
my mother, Tara Alani. I am a strong believer of growth and development constant through life. When my mother came to Canada, she barely knew English, and had no proper bed; now my mother is a working professional, despite coming to Canada later in life. She inspires me to overcome hurdles and grow every day.
The BLG Experience

The BLG Experience


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