Tomilola Adebiyi

Director, Queen's Business Law Clinic/Adjunct Lecturer, Law 204 (Online)

Tomilola Adebiyi brings an ideal background to the clinic with relevant training and experience in addition to her belief in our mission to serve the students and the local business community.

 

Sessional Instructor
Staff

Derek Cannon

Administrative Assistant, Queen's Elder Law, Family Law and Business Law Clinics

Derek Cannon has been working with the Queen’s University Faculty of Law since October 2014. He is the administrative support for the Queen’s Business Law, Elder Law, and Family Law clinics. He attended St. Lawrence College from September 2009 to May 2012 and received an Advanced Diploma in Business Administration – Human Resources. Derek’s decision to pursue a career in the administration field came after a tour in Afghanistan.

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David Arya

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David is a second-year law student pursuing a specialization in business law. Before law school, David worked with clients for three years in consulting, customer service, and administrative roles. He is well-attuned to the business and legal challenges that small businesses and start-ups face and is excited to help the clinic’s clients navigate the choppy waters of early-stage entrepreneurship.

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Sara Baxter

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Sara is a third-year law student at Queen’s. She completed her Bachelor of Business Administration majoring in Accounting with Co-operative Education at Acadia University. Sara worked at a full-service firm this past summer supporting the tax and business law groups and plans to return for her articles after graduation. She has a background in entrepreneurship and is excited to use her experiences to support the clinic’s clients this year. 

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Jonathan Berg

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Jonathan is a second-year student at Queen’s Law. He completed his Bachelor of Commerce at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. Jonathan worked at a full-service firm in Toronto this past summer supporting both the corporate and litigation groups and is returning this upcoming summer.

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Jack Bowness

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Jack Bowness is a second-year law student with experience in both public and private sectors. He garnered proficiency in corporate and commercial litigation practices as a student-at-law with Stewart McKelvey. Prior to legal study, he was an analyst at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, where he worked primarily on programs related to the Canadian housing market. Jack’s demonstrated interest in financial innovation and community development is evident in the energy and dedication he offers his clients.

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Zacharie Cohen

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Zach is a second-year law student at Queen’s Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Zach completed an Honours Bachelor of Psychology at McGill University.

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Stephanie Emmanuel

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Stephanie is a second-year law student at Queen’s Law. She completed her Bachelor of Business Administration, specializing in accounting, at the University of Toronto and successfully completed her Chartered Professional Accountant designation exam in 2020. Stephanie is eager to utilize her business knowledge to support the local business community through the QBLC.

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Bryant Godkin

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Bryant is a third-year law school student pursuing a career in corporate and commercial litigation. This past summer, Bryant worked in a boutique litigation firm in Toronto and gained practical experience assisting businesses engaged in complex legal disputes. He is looking forward to adding to these experiences as a caseworker at QBLC assisting local business owners and start-ups to achieve their individual goals.

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Glen Harrison

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Glen is a third-year law student at Queen’s Law. This summer, Glen worked at a national business law firm as a summer law student, where he plans to return for his articles after his final year at Queen's. Glen is looking forward to using the skills he has learned throughout law school to help assist local businesses in the Kingston community as a QBLC caseworker.

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Cameron Holliday

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Cameron is a third-year law student at Queen’s Law. Prior to law school, he completed an undergraduate degree in business with a specialization in finance. This summer, Cameron worked at a full-service law firm in Toronto supporting corporate and security law groups, where he plans to return for his articles after his final year.

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Paget Houston

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Paget is in her second year of the joint Bachelor of Commerce and Juris Doctor degree at Queen’s University. After working in a full-service firm this summer, she is looking forward to gaining practical experience and making impactful contributions to the Kingston business community as a caseworker with QBLC.

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Sherry Hussain

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Sherry is a third-year student at Queen's Law. It is her eighth and final year in Kingston, as she completed her undergraduate degree with an internship here.

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Tanisha Merkley

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Tanisha is a third year Queen's Law Student, and has a background in political science and is very interested in learning more about business law and all the areas of law it encompasses! She is also interested in sports law and intellectual property issues. 

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Justin Morell

Justin Morell is a second-year law student at Queen's Law. Prior to Queen's Law, Justin worked in both the public and private sectors while acquiring his Bachelor's in Biology and Business Law, as well as a Master’s in Public Policy and Administration. Justin is excited to gain practical experience while giving back to the local Kingston community.  

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Caroline Ross

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Caroline is a third-year law student at Queen’s Law. This summer, Caroline worked as a legal innovation intern on a joint project with the Conflict Analytics Lab and a full-service law firm in Toronto. She is planning to article with the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, where she will continue to balance the interests of business owners and consumers across Ontario.

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Ajvi Sarja

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Ajvi is a second year law student here at Queen's, and completed the BISC international business program this summer. He hopes to expand upon his business knowledge by effectively servicing clients and helping them navigate their legal issues. For his undergraduate degree, he studied at York University's Glendon Campus, where he obtained a Bilingual Degree in Political Science.

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Maxim Tchoudnovski

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Maxim is a second-year student at Queen’s Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Maxim attended York University in the Honours Bachelor of Political Science program. He is looking forward to gaining valuable hands-on experience and making meaningful contributions to local businesses and the Kingston community as a QBLC caseworker.

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Kay Wu

Kay is a third-year law student at Queen’s Law. Kay was previously a summer student  at the Ministry of Attorney General seconded to the Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation, and Trade, and Ministry of Energy. She looks forward to furthering her advocacy skills as an articling student at a civil litigation boutique next year.

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