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Nadya Gill

Articling Student

Nadya Gill began her university academic career at the age of 16 attending university in the United States and becoming the youngest NCAA D1 athlete. As a student athlete she went on to earn her Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management and her Master’s of Science in Coaching and Sports Education. After her time in the United States, she attended Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario earning her Juris Doctrate and her Master of Laws. 


During her time in law school Nadya was involved in numerous activities including acting as a Teaching Assistant in the  Introduction to Canadian Law course, an Associate Articles Editor for the Queen's Law Journal, a Case Worker for the Queen's Law Prison Clinic, and sitting as the Law School Society's Vice President Academic for a term. During this time Nadya was able to co-author and publish a policy paper that was later cited by the Supreme Court of Canada in R v. Brown. 


Outside of academics and the law, Nadya plays soccer at a high level. She played on the Canadian Youth National Team (u17/20) attending numerous national team camps and playing in a CONCACAF and World Cup. She played 4 years in the United States, with her final year being at West Virginia University where she helped her team clinch the Big 12 Championship. Nadya continued playing after university in League 1 Ontario, a semi professional league in Canada and recently made the jump to Norway to play professionally. She recently returned to Canada  and continues to aspire to play soccer at the highest levels and work towards developing opportunities in the sport for future athletes. 

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