Kendra Wilson is an articling student at McMillan.
During her legal studies, she served as National Secretary and National Conference Chair with the Black Law Students’ Association of Canada and served as an Equity Officer for the Law Students’ Society of Ontario. She was a chair and organizer of Moot competitions, in addition to her work as a Windsor Law Ambassador and volunteer with Windsor’s Community Legal Aid, assisting low-income clients facing civil and criminal disputes. Kendra was a summer student with the Civil Litigation Section of the Department of Justice. Kendra is the recipient of the J.W. Whiteside Award, in recognition of outstanding services to the Faculty of Law, the legal community and the community of Windsor.
Kendra holds a JD from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and an honours bachelor of arts in human rights and equity studies from York University. She worked at McMillan as a summer student prior to returning to the firm as an articling student.
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Striking a Balance Between Major Facility and Sensitive Land Use Developments: A Discussion of Ontario’s New Land Use Compatibility Guideline
The Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks has published the Land Use Compatibility Guideline to establish land use compatibility policies
An overview of inclusionary zoning policies and their impending implementation in Toronto and the GTA.
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