Khaleed Mawji is an Associate at McMillan.
During his legal studies, Khaleed served as the President of the Muslim Law Students Association and the Vice-President, Professional Development of the Osgoode OUTLaws. He served as a caseworker with the Community & Legal Aid Services Program and volunteered with the Rainbow Railroad, an organization that relocates LGBTQ+ individuals who are fleeing persecution. He has also worked with the Human Rights Legal Support Centre, assisting applicants before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Prior to law school, Khaleed served as a Parliamentary Assistant, as well as in youth advisory roles in Vancouver.
Khaleed is the recipient of the 2022 Dean’s Gold Key Award in recognition of his contributions to the Osgoode community.
Khaleed holds a JD from Osgoode Hall Faculty of Law and a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of British Columbia. He worked at McMillan as a summer student prior to returning to the firm as an articling student.
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This bulletin discusses the recent decision in Williams v. Vac Developments Limited regarding gag defamation proceedings commenced by employers.
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McMillan LLP's Capital Markets & Securities Group discuss the key legal developments in Canadian capital markets in 2022.
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This bulletin provides guidance regarding Ontario's new electronic monitoring disclosure obligations for employers under the Employment Standards Act.
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