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Madeleine* is a summer student at Lenczner Slaght and a passionate advocate. Madeleine worked in advocacy organizations in Quebec and London, England before joining the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Madeleine developed her passion for problem solving through extensive involvement in the mooting program and through working at the University of Toronto‚Äôs legal clinic in the refugee and immigration division. Madeleine is on your§ team and will work tirelessly to support your case. From being a summer camp director to supporting large counsel teams on complex litigation, she knows what it means to be a team player. Having trained as a ballet dancer for ten years, Madeleine brings a dedicated work ethic and creativity to her problem solving. She is never afraid to explore a new side and is always ready to propose creative solutions. .

Expertise

  • Education:
    • University of Toronto (2022 Candidate) JD
    • McGill University (2017) BA (Double Major in World Religions and International Development) (With Distinction)

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Madeleine Andrew-Gee

is a summer student at Lenczner Slaght.

Madeleine is going into her third year at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. She has been extensively involved in the mooting program, including in the Hamish Stewart Cup and the Callaghan Cup where her team won first place overall and Best Appellant team, and where she received the Best Oralist prize. Madeleine was chosen to participate in the Grand Moot which will take place next school year.

Throughout law school, Madeleine has worked and volunteered at Downtown Legal Services, the legal aid clinic, in the refugee and immigration division. Madeline has worked on a variety of complex submissions and active litigation files, as well as working extensively on public legal education projects and public inquiry submissions. She has also been heavily involved in the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights as a working group leader and currently serves as the Co-President of the Food Law and Policy Society.

Madeleine holds a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University, where she graduated with distinction. Before attending law school, Madeleine worked for two years in international organizations, with a focus on advocacy in a variety of United Nations fora.

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