18/01/2018 - Rebecca Kim
Lack of compassion makes IAD decision unreasonable
Canadian Immigration Blog
Warda Shazadi is a graduate of the University of Toronto law school. She previously practiced in the New York office of a leading international firm, focused exclusively on immigration. She has also served in a pro bono capacity as a visiting attorney in Arusha, Tanzania with the Office of the Prosecutor at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda on matters pertaining to the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Warda is licensed in both Ontario and New York and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Ms. Shazadi has received a number of awards, including the New York Bar Association Empire State Counsel Honoree for Contribution to Pro Bono Work (2011), Imasco Leadership Award (2008), Dean’s Bronze Scholar in Law (2007), Torys Public Interest Award (2007), Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Prize in Public Law (2007), McCarthy Tétrault Prize for Academic Excellence (2007), Victoria College Regents Scholarship for Arts and Social Sciences (2004-2006) and the Victoria College Regents Scholarship for Science and Mathematics (2003).
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