Anjanee is an articling student at Williams HR Law, where she assists the team of lawyers with representing and advising clients in all aspects of labour and employment law and with workplace investigations.
Anjanee is a graduate of the Canadian and American Dual J.D. program at the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy. During law school, Anjanee has had exposure to advocacy through volunteering at various legal clinics, including the Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice where she worked on an employment insurance robofraud lawsuit and learned about the impact of employer practices on both unionized and non-unionized employees. She also volunteered at the Veterans’ Law Clinic, where she worked on insurance benefits cases for clients. Additionally, Anjanee has legal research experience, which includes conducting case law research for the National Self-Represented Litigants Project in Windsor, where she assisted in identifying new legal developments for self-represented litigants and developed educational infographic resources on COVID-19 measures.
Prior to her studies in law, Anjanee earned an Honours Bachelor of Science degree at McMaster University, where she majored in Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour. As an undergraduate student, Anjanee was involved in many clinical research projects at leading research hospitals in Ontario. She also worked as a court reporter at the Ontario Court of Justice.
In her spare time, Anjanee enjoys watercolour painting, trying new restaurants with family and friends, attempting to recreate her favourite dishes from those restaurants, and playing tennis.
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