Clare Crummey is an associate at Waldman & Associates. She has appeared at the Federal Court and the Immigration and Refugee Board.
Clare Crummey completed her B.A. at the University of Guelph, and her LL.B. at the University of Ottawa. While at law school, she was a student researcher at the Refugee Forum at the Human Rights Research and Education Centre, a case worker at the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic, and worked in aboriginal rights litigation for a law professor. She graduated magna cum laude, winning the Silver Medal, as well as prizes in immigration law, statutory interpretation, and labour law.
Clare summered and articled at the firm, and was called to the bar in 2010. As an articling student, she presented a paper analysing the Federal Court's approach to state protection in Mexican refugee claims at the 2010 Ottawa Immigration Law Conference. Before returning to the firm as an associate, Clare clerked for Chief Justice Allan Lutfy of the Federal Court, where she assisted in administrative and constitutional law, immigration, intellectual property and national security related matters.
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