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Paralegal Studies Alumnae Accepted into Prestigious Universities

Bachelor of Paralegal Studies program graduates, Navneet Ranu Chloe Davies and Jessa McAuliffe will be furthering their education in September 2020.

Jessa McAuliffe was accepted for admission to the Masters of Arts in Canadian Studies & Indigenous Studies at Trent University, specializing in policy and community initiatives for transformative change and access to justice. She has received a substantial scholarship, and an offer of employment as a teaching assistant in the Department of Sociology. Jessa is extremely grateful for the support and mentorship she received from the professors and support staff at Humber.

Navneet Ranu Chloe Davies were both accepted for admission to the J.D. Program at the Faculty of Law of the University of Windsor.

Navneet completed her field placement with the Department of Justice Canada and continued her employment at the Department upon graduation. Her work in the Recovery Section involved dealing with bankruptcy and insolvency matters. She is beyond thrilled to begin law school this fall and credits Paralegal Studies Professor Bernard Aron for his support, guidance, and encouragement in helping achieve her educational goals.

Chloe was the first degree student selected by the prestigious law firm of Goodmans LLP for her field placement and continued her employment with Goodmans upon her graduation. Chloe was also co-author of a paper on "Wrongful Conviction" published in the 2019 Edition of theĀ Humber Journal of Paralegal Access to JusticeĀ (Thomson Reuters Canada). "I feel very fortunate to have studied at Humber and to have been taught by wonderful professors," said Chloe. "It makes me slightly less nervous about starting law school knowing I have a solid foundation going in."

Professor Bernard Aron is proud of his former students' success and recent achievements. "It brings me great pride to see Humber graduates succeeding in this pathway."

This fall, Humber will have five graduates attending Canadian Law Schools, including:

  • First-year student Chloe Davis at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
  • First-year student Navneet Ranu at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, first year
  • First-year student Tudor Gagea at Ryerson University, Faculty of Law
  • Second-year student Joey Galinsky at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law
  • Second-year student Mandeep Tamber at the Thompson Rivers University, Faculty of Law
Congratulations to you all!

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Jessa McAuliffe

Bachelor of Paralegal Studies Alumna, Jessa McAuliffe

Navneet Ranu

Bachelor of Paralegal Studies Alumna, Navneet Ranu

Chloe Davies

Bachelor of Paralegal Studies Alumna, Chloe Davies