Articling and Summer Program

Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP offers a dynamic and challenging articling program for individuals who are committed to the pursuit of justice within the field of immigration law. Although the practice of immigration and refugee law can be extremely challenging, it can also be very satisfying and rewarding.

At MSK, we provide our students with practical “hands-on” work experience, representing clients in complicated and often highly contested proceedings before the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, the Immigration and Refugee Board (“IRB”), and the Federal Court of Canada. Our past articling students have found that their experiences at MSK provided them with an excellent knowledge base as well as strong advocacy skills, applicable not only in immigration law, but also in the practice of law overall.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualities:

  • Interest or experience in immigration and/or refugee law
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability and desire to advocate aggressively on our clients’ behalf
  • Dedication and initiative to achieve academic and professional goals

Our Articling Program Alumni

2015 – 2016 Natalie Gilliard, Clinton Green

2014 – 2015 Evguenia Rokhline, Felix Chakirov

2013 – 2014 Kelsey Lange

2012 – 2013 Kathryn Lynch

2011 – 2012 Peggy Yeung

2009 – 2010 Nadine Edirmanasinghe

2007 – 2008 Daniel Radin

2006 – 2007 Aadil Mangalji

2005 – 2006 Jennifer Nees, Rafael Fabregas

2004 – 2005 Maria Burgos, Alex Kam, Ravneet Brar

2003 – 2004 Elise Bell

2002 – 2003 Shazia Razzaque

2001 – 2002 Dean Taylor

2000 – 2001 Jason Dennie

1999 – 2000 Ronen Kurzfeld, Djawid Taheri

1998 – 1999 Joel Sandaluk, Paul Heseldon

General Contact:

If you are interested in articling at MSK, please forward your resume to the following address:
Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP
103 Church Street, Suite 200
Toronto, M5C 2G3 Attn: Articling Program

Alternately, you can forward your resume by email to articling@migrationlaw.com.

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