Amirah graduated magna cum laude from the University of Ottawa in 2018. During law school, Amirah worked as a writing leader where she helped students develop effective writing strategies and as a course tutor where she taught tutorials in public law and constitutional law. Amirah also worked as a legal Intern for the Centre for Legal Research Action on Race Relations where she conducted case law research and drafted client’s statements for submission to the Human Rights Commission. As a research assistant, Amirah worked closely with a professor and extracted key judicial decisions and contributed to an academic case book on tort law. As a summer law student, Amirah worked abroad at a law firm where she conducted legal diligence for various transactions. Amirah was a recipient of numerous awards for academic excellence—some of which include the Godyne Silbay Prize for highest standing in Real Estate Law, the Daniel A Artola Award, and Bereskin & Parr Prize for highest standing in intellectual property law, and the Hugh G Doyle Memorial Prize for highest standing in Family Law. In her spare time, Amirah loves to watch documentaries and practices yoga.