Sharan Johal is an articling student of the firm. She practices in the areas of intellectual property and information technology law.
Sharan is an articling student practicing in the areas of intellectual property and information technology law.
Throughout her legal studies, Sharan was involved with the Conflict Analytics Lab, a research consortium applying data science and machine learning to dispute resolution. In her second year, she led a team of law students and helped create a predictive analytic tool to aid business owners determine whether a particular investor could invest in a company under a prospectus exemption. She also competed as an oralist at the Harold G. Fox IP Moot, winning the Gordon F. Henderson Award for Best Respondent Factum with her colleague.
In her third year, she was a student researcher and coach for the Queen’s Fox IP Moot team. She was also a caseworker with Queen’s Legal Aid where she acted on behalf of members of the Kingston community, and appeared in case management court and plea court at the Ontario Court of Justice.
Prior to law school, Sharan completed her Honours Bachelor of Science in Environmental Biology at York University where she co-authored a scientific article on taxonomy in the Canadian Journal of Zoology.