Authors | Auteurs et Auteures

Current RightsWatch Volunteers include:

Ocean Avriel

Ocean Avriel is entering his third year of law school at the University of Ottawa. He is passionate about improving access to justice and is a fierce advocate for human rights. Ocean is also the Founder of StreetSmart Advocacy: an organization that teaches street-involved and marginalized youth their legal rights through accessible, creative workshops.

Kevin Droz

Kevin is a second-year JD student at Queen’s and Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Queen’s Law Journal. He holds an Honours BA and an MA from McGill in English Literature. For two years, he worked as a freelance copyeditor in Montreal and moonlighted in a punk band. After law school, he will clerk at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Ottawa.

Ali Imrie

Ali Imrie is a law student at Osgoode Hall in Toronto, who is passionate about human rights, equality, and accessibility. Her favourite part of law school so far has been working with Fair Change Community Services at Osgoode, assisting street-involved individuals contest fines from tickets have received, and helping fight against the criminalization of poverty. Outside of law school, she enjoys grandmotherly activities like embroidery, knitting, and baking, and is on a mission to rediscover her love of reading this summer.

Caroline Rouleau

Caroline est en deuxième année de droit à McGill, où elle a été rédactrice francophone à la Revue de droit de développement durable de McGill et s’implique dans le nouveau comité facultaire de développement durable. Elle a auparavant complété un baccalauréat en psychologie à l’Université du Québec à Montréal. Caroline s’intéresse à la justice sociale et comment le droit peut être un outil ou un frein à sa réalisation.

Andrei Teju

Andrei Teju has completed his first year at Osgoode Hall Law School and holds a Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honours Specialization) from Western University. His legal interests include intellectual property, privacy law, and fundamental freedoms. In addition to his public interest work for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Andrei helped co-found the Runnymede Society’s Osgoode Hall Chapter and is a strong advocate for individual liberties. His hobbies include swimming, skiing, travelling, and watching Game of Thrones.

Lee Ann Paquette Démézier

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Lee Ann Paquette Démézier est une élève de première année de la Section de droit civil de l’Université d’Ottawa. Précédemment, elle a fait son parcours au Cégep dans le domaine du monde et des enjeux contemporains. Ses intérêts scolaires incluent les droits humains, le droit des femmes et le droit des peuples autochtones. La photographie, la musique, cuisiner, voyager et les activités en plein-air sont ses passions en dehors du cadre scolaire.