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Rabab Asif Articling Student in Toronto

Rabab Asif

Articling Student Fasken
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto
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Rabab Asif is an Articling Student in Fasken's Toronto office.

Rabab graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School, where she received the Ronald J. Rolls ’58 Q.C. Prize for the highest sectional standing in Civil Procedure and the IFLS Vanguard Award for her outstanding contribution to feminist legal research. Prior to law school, Rabab simultaneously completed both an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Law and Society and a Professional Certificate in Human Resource Management from York University, where she was on the Dean’s List for four consecutive years, earned the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence, and graduated Summa Cum Laude. Rabab previously worked as a summer law student at a corporate and intellectual property law boutique firm. Rabab was also enrolled in Osgoode’s Anti-Discrimination Intensive Program, through which she interned at the Human Rights Legal Support Centre where she managed client files and represented clients before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. At law school, Rabab served as a JD Representative on the Digital Innovation Committee for two years, a Vice President for the Osgoode Business Law Society and a President for the Muslim Law Students Association, where she provided ongoing tech consultations in light of COVID-19, spearheaded social media campaigns and created Osgoode’s first LSAT Bursary for Muslim-Identifying students. Rabab was selected to serve as a Dean’s Fellow for the first-year Civil Procedure course. In her first year of law school, Rabab worked with Law in Action Within Schools as a Workshop Facilitator and Mentor, to help strengthen diversity in legal practice. In her spare time, Rabab enjoys working on her Arabic calligraphy skills, attempting DIY projects and reading.

Rabab summered at the firm in 2021 and participated in the student secondment program with a firm client.

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