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Robin* is an associate at Lenczner Slaght. While at law school, she participated in an intensive program in poverty law at Parkdale Community Legal Services, where she represented clients with housing issues during the second wave of the pandemic. When it comes to assisting clients through complex problems and high-stakes situations, Robin sees§ the bigger picture. She understands the importance of connecting theory with practice as well as understanding diverse perspectives, so she actively seeks out extracurricular opportunities that allow her to hone her advocacy skills. No matter her role, Robin never loses sight of the bigger picture . Whether it’s through exploring under researched topics, developing accommodation plans for clients, or creating harmonies in choir performance, Robin always keeps the needs of the people she works with in mind. .


  • Bar Admissions:
    • Ontario (2023)
  • Education:
    • Osgoode Hall Law School (2022) JD
    • McGill University (2017) BA (First Class Honours in International Development Studies, Minor in Political Science)


Robin Nyamekye (she/her)

is an associate at Lenczner Slaght.

Robin has experience in a variety of disciplines, including construction, medical negligence, and professional liability matters.

Robin completed her JD at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2022. During law school, Robin participated in numerous extracurricular activities to hone her advocacy skills. In her first year of law school, Robin competed in the Lerners Cup Moot and placed as a quarterfinalist. Robin also represented Osgoode Hall Law School in the 2022 Julius Alexander Isaac Moot. As the former Community Affairs Officer on Osgoode’s Black Law Student’s Association, Robin applied her community-based experience to establish the BLSA Voice section in Osgoode’s student-run paper, the Obiter Dicta.

In 2020, Robin was a caseworker in the housing rights division at Parkdale Community Legal Services where she represented low-income clients in virtual mediations and hearings.

Prior to law school, Robin worked as a research and policy intern at the City of Toronto’s Confronting Anti-Black Racism Unit where she supported the implementation of the Unit’s inaugural action plan. Robin has previously worked in the non-profit sphere as an office manager for the Ontario Health Coalition and as a data specialist at the United Way of Greater Toronto.

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • Canadian Association of Black Lawyers

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