Allahnah Karmali graduated with Honours from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law in 2020.
Prior to law school, Allahnah completed her undergraduate studies at Western University with an Honors Specialization in Feminist Studies. She continued to further her passion for equity upon starting law school by actively volunteering with Pro Bono Students Canada, where she facilitated discussions throughout the Windsor community on sexual violence and the importance of consent. Allahnah was also the recipient of the Jean Teillet Access to Justice Award.
Prior to summering at Thomson Rogers in 2019, Allahnah travelled to Nairobi, Kenya, where she worked as a legal intern advising government and non-government agencies on how to adhere to the recently implemented Constitution. During her internship, she co-authored a report concerning the participation of ethnic minorities and marginalized communities in Kenyan governance which is set to be published later this year.
In her spare time, Allahnah loves to lead a healthy lifestyle by participating in various fitness classes, taking hikes out of the city and learning new nutrition based recipes.