Rabab Asif is currently attending Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to law school, Rabab simultaneously completed 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. During the summer of 2020, Rabab was a Law Student at a corporate and intellectual property law boutique firm, where she conducted legal research, developed a knowledge management library and worked on innovative legal-tech projects. She is also an experienced Human Resources Professional. At law school, Rabab has displayed both leadership and commitment to extracurricular initiatives, which include serving as a JD Representative on the Digital Innovation Committee, a Vice President for the Osgoode Business Law Society and a President for the Muslim Law Students Association. Rabab is also a recipient of the Ronald J. Rolls ’58 Q.C. Prize for the highest sectional standing in Civil Procedure, earning her the Dean’s Fellow role for first-year Civil Procedure. In her most recent semester at Osgoode, she interned with the Human Rights Legal Support Centre where she managed client files, provided summary advice, drafted correspondences and represented clients before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. In her first year of law school, Rabab also worked with Law in Action Within Schools as a Workshop Facilitator and Mentor, to help strengthen diversity in the legal practice. In her spare time, Rabab enjoys working on her Arabic calligraphy skills, attempting DIY projects and reading.