— Gloria Steinem
Ms. Nadarajah completed a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology from Ryerson University in Toronto. Areas of focus throughout her studies included the theoretical frameworks of crime and criminality, statistics, and policing. Ms. Nadarajah received ‘‘A’ Grades in Criminal Justice Policy, Critical Thinking, Conflict Resolution, Equity and Human Rights, Disability Issues, Criminal Justice Research and Statistics, and Ethics in Criminal
Justice. The intersectionality of low socioeconomic status and crime spurred Ms. Nadarajah’s desire to become an advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves.
In 2015, Jeyani Nadarajah graduated from the University of Sussex . Whilst studying abroad she completed Canadian Constitutional Law in a Comparative Perspective at the top of her cohort. Ms. Nadarajah also led a team of Canadian students in the Aspiring Solicitors Commercial Awareness Competition and participated in the DMH Stallard Mooting Competition. Since graduating she continues to motivate and support fellow law students as a Sussex Alumni Mentor.
Ms. Nadarajah is excited to use case management skills throughout her articles which she developed while working as Paralegal in the UK. Jeyani is excited to have returned to her hometown of Mississauga after studying and working broad.
During her spare time Jeyani enjoys gardening, travel and cooking.