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Ramsha joined Bracken Feeley O’Brien in 2016 as a Law Clerk. She graduated in 2013 with an Honours Degree in Political Science with a Minor in Sociology and Religion from McMaster University. Post-graduation from McMaster University, Ramsha chose to pursue her Law Degree (L.L.B) from University of London. Ramsha is currently working towards her qualifications to practice as a lawyer in Ontario and wishes to specialize in Family Law at Bracken Feeley O’Brien.

Ramsha is a first-generation Canadian who immigrated from Pakistan in 2002. She is fluent in English and Urdu. She can fluently speak Hindi and Punjabi. She is an active member of her Pakistani and Muslim community. While pursuing her Undergraduate Degree, Ramsha volunteered at Muslim Shelters and South Asian Women’s Crisis Centers.

(905) 666-5326 Whitby, Durham Region

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