Junior Fellow, Staff
J.D. candidate, Lincoln Alexander School of Law, Toronto Metropolitan University
Noelle Sagher obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights from the University of Winnipeg and is currently a student in the J.D. program at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law , Toronto Metropolitan University. She is an active member of the Pardons Clinic and the Muslim Law Students’ Association where she serves as the EDI Representative. She has extensive experience at the United Nations where she has helped nonprofits prepare to speak in front of committees and has a keen interest in legal research: Noelle spent the summer researching transgender inclusion in sports from a human rights perspective and is currently working on her first publication on CSIS surveillance.