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Meghan Wilson joined Jackman Nazami & Associates in 2009, and became a member of the Ontario Bar in 2011. Her practice focuses on immigration and refugee law, human rights, and matters before administrative boards and tribunals.
Prior to joining Jackman Nazami & Associates, Meghan obtained her J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School and worked internationally with legal research and advocacy NGOs. In Johannesburg, South Africa, she assisted with human rights litigation, particularly the provision of basic services, defense against police brutality and illegal evictions. In Kampala, Uganda, Meghan assisted victims of torture and developed mitigation pleas for condemned prisoners. She was also actively engaged in public policy advocacy on issues relating to electoral reform.
Domestically, Meghan has had significant involvement in the community. She has worked in the Immigration and Refugee Division of Parkdale Community Legal Services (PCLS), and volunteered at the Community legal Aid Services Programme (CLASP), the International Legal Partnership, the Osgoode International Law Society, and the UNHCR. She has been awarded the Ian Scott Public Interest Fellowship and Cassels, Brock & Blackwell prize for her contributions to public interest work.
Meghan is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association, Amnesty International, and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
- Claims for refugee protection and Pre-removal Risk Assessments
- Applications for Permanent Residence
- Family sponsorships for parents, spouses and children
- Humanitarian and Compassionate (H&C) applications
- Canadian Experience Class applications
- Provincial Nominee Programs
- Skilled Worker class
- Applications for Temporary Residence
- Visitor’s visas
- Live-in caregiver applications
- Work and study permits and extensions
- Citizenship applications
- Appeals and Judicial Reviews of refused cases
- Admissibility hearings and detention reviews