The Law Foundation of Ontario advances access to justice objectives through three distinct fellowship programs. These programs provide professional development opportunities for the individual fellowship holders while also achieving a broader public interest benefit.
Nikki is a 2016-2017 Community Leadership in Justice Fellow at the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor.
Sarah is a 2016-2017 Community Leadership in Justice Fellow at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
Adam is a 2014-15 Community Leadership in Justice Fellow at the Faculty of Law of the University of Windsor.
Amanda is a 2012-13 Public Interest Articling Fellow at the Association in Defence for the Wrongly Convicted.
Brian is a 2010 LFO Connecting Articling Fellow at Keewaytinok Native Legal Services.
Connecting Articling Fellows are recent law school graduates who article with organizations that serve linguistic minorities or people living in rural and remote areas of Ontario.
Community Leadership in Justice Fellowships
Community Leadership in Justice Fellows are leading experts and innovators from public interest organizations. Each Fellow spends an extended period in residence at an Ontario law school or other post-secondary institution. They research, teach, and carry out other activities focused on access to justice.
Public Interest Articling Fellowships
About the Public Interest Articling Fellowships The Law Foundation of Ontario created the Public Interest Articling Fellowships Program (PIAF) to respond to: The public interest community’s growing need for assistance…