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Jennah* is an articling student at Lenczner Slaght. She attended Osgoode Hall, where she concentrated on oral advocacy, faculty-led research, and the Osgoode Hall Law Journal. When she’s not reading law, Jennah reads§ fiction, teaches yoga in the prison system, and volunteers to support refugee and asylum seekers’ rights. Jennah brings competence under pressure to the room . Before law school, she worked at the United Nations, where she provided senior diplomatic delegations and in-field nuclear safeguards inspectors with round-the-clock research and analysis during the negotiation of an international arms control deal. .

Expertise

  • Education:
    • Osgoode Hall Law School (2021) JD
    • London School of Economics (2012) MSc (History and International Relations) (First Class Honours)
    • University of Toronto, Trinity College (2011) HBA (International Relations with Distinction)

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Jennah Khaled (she/her)

is an articling student at Lenczner Slaght.

Jennah completed her JD at Osgoode Hall. Upon graduation, she received the Dean’s Gold Key, the Harry R. Rose Criminal Law Prize, and the Jenny Sferrazza ‘16 Prize for Criminal Law, which is awarded to the student with the highest combined standing in Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, and Evidence.

During law school, Jennah was Managing Editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, worked as a research assistant to three professors, and was active in mooting as a Gale Cup oralist and a Cassels Brock Cup coach. Jennah also assisted asylum seekers as a French interpreter at the Al Otro Lado legal clinic in Tijuana, Mexico. 

Prior to attending law school, Jennah worked for four years at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA - United Nations) in Vienna on the multilateral Iran nuclear deal.

  • Osgoode Hall Law Journal - Managing Editor

  • Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW) - National Board Member

  • Annual Review of Insolvency Law Virtual Conference: 2022

    On February 4, 2022, CAIRP held its 19th Annual Review of Insolvency Law. The conference brought together insolvency law practitioners from across Canada for a showcase of papers authored for the latest edition of the Annual Review of Insolvency Law publication. The journal itself is now available in full on CanLII. Each panel was anchored by an ARIL paper whose author(s) led spirited discussions on contested topics important to the future of the insolvency practice.

    Brian Kolenda, Christopher Yung & Jennah Khaled | February 7, 2022

  • Dean’s Gold Key Award

    Osgoode Hall Law School

  • Harry R. Rose Prize

    Osgoode Hall Law School

  • Jenny Sferrazza ‘16 Prize for Criminal Law

    Osgoode Hall Law School

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