Marie‐Évelyne Danik is currently a third year student in the French Common Law program (Juris Doctor) at the University of Ottawa. She has volunteered and interned at a number of local, national and international organizations that focus on human rights and social justice, including Solidarité Brésil‐Outaouais (in partnership with CRESMAM), LePhénix, the Canadian Association of the Deaf, and Canada Without Poverty. Prior to studying law, she completed an Honours BA with specialization in English‐French Translation. During that time, she worked as a research assistant on peer‐reviewed projects. Through the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP), she has worked in the public sector for several years as a student, working on different projects, from interdepartmental partnerships to website accessibility. Her main interests currently lie in policy research, human rights, social justice, disability rights, and labour & employment law.