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2021 Nehmet Bedar

Nehmat “Nemee” Bedar is in her  third year studying law at the University of Ottawa.

Nemee was accepted as an OJEN Justice Education Fellowship program in 2020. The Covid 19 pandemic dramatically changed the nature of the Fellowship program during her time in the program. She was required, not only to learn how to deliver OJEN programming, but to re-imagine the program for remote delivery.  She succeeded in adapting and delivering “Journey to a Career in Law” into an engaging 60 minute online career modeling activity for high school students.  She recruited a variety of volunteers from a wide cross section of interesting justice sector careers to speak to students about the steps they had taken along their career path.

Nemee was a standout and a leader among last year’s group of six OJEN Fellows – going above and beyond the program requirements to deliver more virtual programs than asked. Outside of OJEN, Nemee works at the Career and Professional Development Centre at the University of Ottawa and is a teaching assistant. She also clerked at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice over the summer.

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