Ask an Ambassador!

Each year the Admissions and Recruitment Office selects students to serve as Western Law ambassadors. Ambassadors assist with events such as Orientation, our annual Welcome Day, recruiting receptions, and the phone campaign. They also give tours of the Faculty of Law and provide general information about their student experience. Below we feature some of our current ambassadors. They would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have about Western Law. Feel free to email them directly at the email addresses provided.

Raza Husnain, Class of 2024Raza Husnain

"When choosing a law school, Western Law gave me a distinct sense of community and it certainly did not disappoint! In my first year, I not only thrived academically, due to the support of my professors and Small Group, but I was able to blossom socially by getting involved in the clubs and organizations. I contributed to groups that are meaningful to me, such as OUTLaws, and I was even able to start my own club called the Fashion Law Society! I found that the balance of academics and social experiences enriched my time at Western Law and have allowed me to personally grow immensely."  Send an emal.

Nandini Nair, Class of 2024Nandini Nair

"Throughout my legal studies thus far, I have felt supported by the faculty, staff, and upper-year students at Western Law. In first year I participated in the Torys' Negotiation Competition, volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, worked as an Associate Caseworker with the Community Legal Services Clinic, was VP Public Relations for the Western International Students' Association, and participated in the Mindfulness at Law School course. In the summer I interned with the Canadian Red Cross through the Western Law Internship Program. I have been able to develop my legal skills, make amazing connections, and explore areas of law that  interest me. I am very happy that I chose Western Law to start and advance my legal career." Send an email.

Kassandra KurekKassandra Kurek, Class of 2025

“I was initially drawn to Western Law by all the extracurricular and clinical opportunities offered. After I attended the Open House and witnessed how genuinely happy the student ambassadors, staff and faculty were at Western, I realized I had made the right choice. I was able to meet lifelong friends in my small group, got connected with wonderful alumni and upper year mentors, and became involved with Community Legal Services, Pro Bono Students Canada and the Labour and Employment Law Society. I am very glad I chose Western and I’m happy to chat with prospective students about the school”. Send an email.

Dylan Romero-MarshallDylan Romero-Marshall, Class of 2025

"What initially drew me to Western was the diverse and unique extra circulars combined with a demonstrated commitment to providing a top-tier legal education. As a 1L I had some amazing experiences mooting in several moots, working as a Caseworker for the Sports Solution Clinic, and a team member on the Community Workshops project. One thing that I love about Western’s extra circular options is the chance to do meaningful work separate from courses and the chance for upward mobility. As a Program Manager for the Sport Solution Clinic, I have the pleasure of continuing to advocate on behalf of Canadian athletes. While all this is great, the community that is fostered at Western Law keeps me loving the school and makes it feel like a second home". Send an email.

Maddie HillMaddie Hill, Class of 2025

“From the moment I was admitted, Western Law made me feel like I’m more than a number. Western Law introduced me to many bright individuals who are all impressive in unique ways. I’ve done a lot of learning from my peers both inside and outside of the classroom. The law school is very social with a tight-knit feel. It’s truly its own community that everyone wants to be a part of and give back to. After studying at Western for the past five years, it is possible that I bleed purple… but I wouldn’t have it any other way!” Send an email.