Shir is an Articling Student at Ogletree Deakins’ Toronto office.
Shir holds a Juris Doctor from Queen’s University, Faculty of Law and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Spanish from Queen’s University.
During her time in law school, Shir worked as a Teaching Assistant for the Queen’s Workplace Law course and as a Research Assistant in the area of comparative constitutional law and legal ethics. She received the Baker & McKenzie award in labour law and a Second Honourable Mention in the Phanor J Eder Essay Competition run by the American Society of Comparative Law.
Shir acted as a Student Caseworker for both Queen’s Legal Aid and the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. She also served as a Justice Education Fellow for the Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN), leading public legal education programs for youths in the Kingston community.
Shir is fluent in Hebrew and Spanish.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Shir Fulga