Wuraola Dasylva

2017-2018 / 2018 Articling Student | Regina

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Portrait of Wuraola Dasylva

Wuraola Dasylva is a 2017 Master of Laws (LL.M) Candidate at the University of Manitoba. She received her primary legal education in Nigeria and was called to the Nigerian Bar as a barrister and solicitor in 2014. She received a Certificate of Qualification from the National Committee on Accreditation of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada in 2017. She was a 2016 summer student with Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan.

In the course of her undergraduate studies, Wura was elected as the Vice-President of her university’s Students’ Union. As a public speaker, she represented her law faculty and university at several national debate competions. She also volunteered with her university community radio station as a duty continuity announcer cum presenter for one year.

In her brief legal career in Nigeria, Wura worked in the corporate/commercial department of one of the leading national law firms where she practiced mergers & acqusitions, rendered company secretarial services and performed regulatory compliance duties.

Wura loves reading, spending time with family and visiting new places for leisure.

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