Diligent. Decisive. Determined.
Caryma believes that art can be a powerful tool for social change.
Prior to attending law school, Caryma interned abroad with a prominent human rights law firm. She wrote and illustrated a simplified guide to domestic violence legislation, which has since been circulated to thousands of at-risk women in India.
In her high school and undergraduate years, Caryma worked closely with a Canadian grassroots environmental NGO. She performed on stage at dozens of events and conferences, using theatre to promote global justice and environmentalism. She also sat on the Board of Directors for a term
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An alumna of the University of Ottawa, she received her Juris Doctor with honours while working towards the Master’s of International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University.
Caryma articled at a top-tier Bay Street litigation boutique where she had the opportunity to work under the direct tutelage of some of Canada’s leading litigators. She was selected for a secondment to one of the Big Five banks.
A major component of Caryma’s current work involves advocacy with respect to human rights and social justice issues. She writes and tweets extensively about race, identity politics, and gender-based violence.
University of Ottawa
Norman Paterson S.I.A. at Carleton Uni.
M.A., International Affairs
Activities & Affiliations
- Bay Street Litigation, Member
- IP Law for Creatives Association, Member-at-Large
- Civil Rights Conservation, Secretary
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Toronto Lawyer's Association
- Criminal Lawyer's Association
- South Asian Bar Association
- Young Women in Law
• Licensed in Ontario, Canada