Administrator, Queen's Legal Aid and Queen's Elder Law Clinic
Director, Queen's Elder Law Clinic
Blair Hicks is Director of the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. She is a veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force, and served as a Search and Rescue Air Navigator for more than 20 years before building a law practice. Blair Hicks received her Juris Doctor (JD) from Western University in London, Ontario, and is trained in mediation, negotiation, and collaborative law.
Philip Da Costa
Philip is a forthcoming second-year student at Queen’s Law. In his first year, he was a student volunteer with a Pro Bono Students Canada project with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. He was also a volunteer with the Queen’s Family Law Clinic and involved with the Labour & Employment Law Club. Prior to attending Queen’s Law, Philip graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto. In his free time, he enjoys reading, swimming, and trying new restaurants around Kingston.
Jordan Davis is a Student Caseworker at the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. In his first two years of law school, he was a member of the Queen’s Law Journal, Queen’s Intellectual Property Club, Pro Bono Radio, and Queen’s Legal Aid. Before coming to law school, Jordan completed a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science at Queen’s University. During his free time, Jordan enjoys fishing, watching sports, reading, and traveling to new places.
Shayla Joshi is a Student Caseworker at the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. She just completed her first year of law school and prior to that she graduated from Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. In her first year of law school, Shayla was involved in Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) and the Queen’s Law Alumni Relations Committee. Outside of work, Shayla enjoys reading, yoga, and crocheting.”