|Degree(s):||M.A. Legal Studies|
What makes you a good mentor?
As I transitioned into the work force following post secondary education, I found the value of a mentor’s knowledge, experience, guidance and encouragement to be immeasurable. For me, it was taking the first steps toward building my career. I look forward to sharing what I have learned along the way with a student and to have the chance to contribute to his/her academic or professional career. It will be both motivating and rewarding to be involved in one’s process, and I am sure it will be a learning experience for me as well.
About Sogol Naserian
Sogol holds an LL.B from University of Sussex in United Kingdom. During law school, she served as a content editor for the school’s online law review and participated in negotiations competitions. Prior to law school, Sogol obtained a Master’s of Arts in Legal Studies and Human Rights and a Bachelor of Arts in Law with a concentration in Business Law from Carleton University. Sogol is completing her articles in the area of Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee law and is a member of the Canadian Bar Association.
Sogol is currently serving as volunteer board member for a non-profit aftercare community organization that provides supportive presence for those who leaving the provincial and federal criminal justice systems in Ottawa.
Sogol’s hobbies include, travelling, yoga, creative writing, and swimming. Sogol has a Nidan in karate and a Shodan in tae kwon do and is a member of the world tae kwon do federation.