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Cassels Brock consistently attracts the brightest minds our law schools have to offer. This year’s class of students is no exception. Please read our student bios to learn more about the exceptional individuals who will be getting their careers started at Cassels Brock.

Articling Students 2017-2018

Gaurav Anand
Class of 2017-2018
Osgoode Hall Law School
Gaurav Anand
Toronto
Gaurav Anand

Gaurav Anand, Toronto Office

Osgoode Hall Law School

After managing the family restaurant for years, Gaurav knows that if you can’t handle the heat, you had better get out of the kitchen. Gaurav is excited to make Cassels Brock his new kitchen and is ready to go - even if the offices are climate controlled!

 
Taschina Ashmeade
Class of 2017-2018
Dalhousie University
Taschina Ashmeade
Toronto
Taschina Ashmeade

Taschina Ashmeade, Toronto Office

Dalhousie University

Taschina is certified in proper etiquette and ballroom dance. Not only can she dance circles around you in the ballroom, she’ll make your head spin with her legal arguments. She hopes to follow the rules both inside and outside of the courtroom.

Lucas Blair
Class of 2017-2018
Osgoode Hall Law School
Lucas Blair
Toronto
Lucas Blair

Lucas Blair, Toronto Office

Osgoode Hall Law School

Lucas has experience settling disputes and laying down the law as commissioner of his fantasy football league and hopes these skills will serve him well during his legal career.

Winda Fung
Class of 2017-2018
University of British Columbia
Winda Fung
Vancouver
Winda Fung

Winda Fung, Vancouver Office

University of British Columbia

Winda’s hobbies include dominating recreational sports, chasing an adrenaline rush, and opting for the best dish on the menu. She hopes that practicing at Cassels will feed her appetite in all aspects of success, adventure, and everyone’s life goal: a bountiful Sunday spread.  

Florence Lau
Class of 2017-2018
University of Toronto
Florence Lau
Toronto
Florence Lau

Florence Lau, Toronto Office

University of Toronto

Having spent 20 years of her life training in ballet and contemporary dance, Florence is thrilled to be putting her motor skills to exceptional use in delivery law while she works her way from the barres to the Ontario bar.

Conrad Lee
Class of 2017-2018
Queen's University
Conrad Lee
Toronto
Conrad Lee

Conrad Lee, Toronto Office

Queen's University

Conrad gained 10lbs and a load of practical experience during his last summer at Cassels. Despite the new snacks, he hopes to continue only one of those trends this year.

Richard Ngo
Class of 2017-2018
University of Windsor
Richard Ngo
Toronto
Richard Ngo

Richard Ngo, Toronto Office

University of Windsor

For years, you could find Richard on the basketball court practicing his skills. Though his dreams of a basketball career were ended after getting knee surgery, he now hopes to practice his skills in a different a type of court. 

Tegan O'Brien
Class of 2017-2018
University of Toronto
Tegan O'Brien
Toronto
Tegan O'Brien

Tegan O'Brien, Toronto Office

University of Toronto

Growing up as the only girl in a big family, Tegan had to learn the art of negotiation. After years of convincing her brothers to watch rom-coms instead of action movies, she is planning on putting her powers of persuasion to use in her legal career.

Jasmine Qin
Class of 2017-2018
University of Western Ontario
Jasmine Qin
Toronto
Jasmine Qin

Jasmine Qin, Toronto Office

University of Western Ontario

As an avid traveler, Jasmine has hiked the snow-capped mountains of Tibet and hopes to experience the same thrill when working with clients to scale new heights.

Meghan Rourke
Class of 2017-2018
Osgoode Hall Law School
Meghan Rourke
Toronto
Meghan Rourke

Meghan Rourke, Toronto Office

Osgoode Hall Law School

After spilling too many Starbucks drinks and failing to make the Jays’ starting rotation, Meghan turned to her childhood hobby of drafting contracts. One of which allowed her to wear one piece of makeup a day at a rather young age. It’s safe to say the princess has found her Cassels!  

Laith Sarhan
Class of 2017-2018
University of British Columbia
Laith Sarhan
Vancouver
Laith Sarhan

Laith Sarhan, Vancouver Office

University of British Columbia

After a successful summer with Cassels (all limbs in-tact and dignity somewhat held together), Laith is excited to return to Cassels to explore its various offerings and lawyerings.

David Singh
Class of 2017-2018
Queen's University
David Singh
Toronto
David Singh

David Singh, Toronto Office

Queen's University

David spent four summers working at a golf course, and yet somehow he doesn’t golf. He now hopes that by working at a law firm he’ll manage to stay out of legal trouble – but that remains to be seen...

Sam Sokoloff
Class of 2017-2018
University of Western Ontario
Sam Sokoloff
Toronto
Sam Sokoloff

Sam Sokoloff, Toronto Office

University of Western Ontario

Sam knows that having experience as a performing musician and songwriter will help him hit all the right notes in the courtroom. He’s less sure if his knowledge of classic rock bands will help him research classic case law at Cassels Brock, but he’s hoping that it will.