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Congratulations to Max Halparin and Samantha Dubord, the 2016 Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck Human Rights/Social Justice Interns

March 14, 2016 -

The partners of Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck are pleased to announce the selection of the successful 2016 Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck Human Rights/Social Justice Internship candidates, Max Halparin and Samantha Dubord. Both Max and Samantha are in the second year of their studies at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law. We congratulate Max and Samantha on their achievement and look forward to working with them this summer when the internship takes place.

This is the eleventh consecutive year that our firm has offered this Human Rights/Social Justice internship. Every summer, we provide paid employment to a student from the University of Ottawa Law School with placements in our firm and two social justice or human rights organizations. This year, Samantha and Max will be working with the National Educational Association of Disabled Students and a joint venture with the Canadian Council for Refugees, South Ottawa Legal Clinic and the University of Ottawa.

Previous placements for our internship have included the Workers’ History Museum, International Development Research Centre, EGALE Canada, Amnesty International, the Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women, the Council of Canadians, REACH Canada, and many other organizations which provide significant contributions in the areas of social justice and human rights.

Read the announcement on the Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne and Yazbeck website:

About Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne and Yazbeck

With over 125 combined years of experience, our firm provides unions, employees, complainants, and public interest organizations with expert representation in the following areas of expertise: Labour Law, Human Rights Law, Judicial Review and Appellate Advocacy, Employment Law and Wrongful Dismissal, Disability Benefits, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Health and Safety/WSIB, Pensions and Retirement Benefits, Professsional Discipline, Access to Information and Privacy, Whistleblower Protection. Advocacy Training.

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220 Laurier Ave. W, Suite 1600 Ottawa, ON K1P 5Z9 • T: 613.567.2901 • F: 613.567.2921 • E:  website:


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