'How I got into Law School' - Presented by Khalid Karim & Hannah Bahmanpour
Nov 29, 2012, 1:30pm-3pm
Hannah and Khalid are former York graduates, currently studying first-year law at the University of Windsor. They are returning to share insights into the highs and lows of the law school application process, as well as their unique roads to arriving at law school. Hannah Bahmanpour obtained a bachelor of arts in 2009 and a masters in Public Policy, Administration & Law in 2012 from York University. She was the co-founder of the Iranian Human Rights Society at York, and former vice-president of the Graduate Students Association of Public Policy, Administration & Law. She has also worked as a research assistant for Master Ian Greene and completed an internship with the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights this past summer. She is currently a representative on the External Outreach Committee and a volunteer with the Legal Assistance of Windsor. Khalid Karim is a fellow of McLaughlin College, former vice-president of the Model United Nations at York and recipient of the Marilyn Lambert-Drache Award for Initiative in Governance. He graduated in June 2012 with a degree in political science after completing two directed reading courses with Master Ian Greene, and is currently the faculty council representative for the Student Law Society of Windsor.
|Location:||Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College|
|Sponsor:||Hosted by the Office of the Master, McLaughlin College|
|Posted by:||Lorraine Myrie|