Neda recently finished her first year of law school at Osgoode Hall, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Honours Chemistry from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2017. At Laurier, she was a research assistant in the lab of Professor Ken Maly, where she explored the synthetic procedures behind the formation of liquid crystal compounds. Neda is an active member of the law school community who holds an executive position on both the Osgoode Women’s Network and the Mental Health Society. She is also a clinic fellow for IP Osgoode and holds an additional role for the clinic as a student IPilogue Editor, writing on a variety of intellectual property law matters. In her spare time, Neda enjoys staying active and spending time with her friends and family.