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Eky Singh


Eky Singh is a second-year Juris Doctor candidate at Thomson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.CEky received her Bachelors of Commerce from MacEwan University in 2020, with a Management Major, and was awarded the Jason Lang Scholarship three times in a row before eventually graduating on the Dean's List. Now in her second year of law school, Eky is applying her business acumen and knowledge as she serves as Vice President of Program Development for the TRU Business Law Society, and successfully runs the TRU Business Law Society Podcast. Eky additionally routinely advocates for women’s rights in federal incarceration through Pro Bono Students Canada. Eky harbours a wealth of experience in the customer service industry, including a variety of managerial positions, as well as in teaching and training. In her free time, Eky enjoys getting together with friends and family, pursuing her interests in fitness, and travelling.  

Tish Lewis

Tish Lewis is a second-year Juris Doctor candidate at the University of Windsor Law School. In addition to her work with Community Legal Aid, Tish is currently completing a term at the Ontario Court of Justice, as part of Windsor Law's Judicial Internship Program. In 2018, Tish graduated from Western University on the Dean's List, with a Bachelors in Management and Organizational Studies and a specialization in Consumer Behaviour. While in law school, Tish participates in various moots, including the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Moot, and was a Finalist and Top Oralist in the Zuber Moot Cup and the Dominion Mock Trial Pre-Law Moot. In addition to working as an Editor, Caseworker, Peer Mentor, and Research Assistant, in her spare time, Tish enjoys travelling, cycling, and attending concerts.

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Cindy Cumming

Cindy Cumming is RLC's freelance remote real estate law clerk. Cindy left “The City” searching for a sense of community and thought she had left law firms behind, but in 2018, with the popularity of remote working positions, she embraced law again providing freelance remote real estate services to solo and small firms. Cindy's approach ensures that you are getting the benefit of a large firm service experience, without the accompanying costs. Cindy provides almost 3 decades of experience as a real estate law clerk. She brings many years of quality client care and service experience to the team. When not working, Cindy enjoys travelling, yoga, swimming and reading.

Dana Clayton Wright

Dana Clayton Wright is a senior law clerk in the real estate group at Remote Law Canada. Dana completed a Bachelor of Science in Legal Assistant Studies at Lake Superior State University (LSSU) in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Dana has been practicing real estate law since 2005, providing a wide range of assistance to lawyers including complex commercial transactions, mortgage scrutinization for private lenders, closing residential purchase and sale transactions, and assignment sales. In his spare time, Dana enjoys fishing, hunting, following the stock market, as well as statistical analysis of Hockey (NHL), Baseball (MLB) and Football (NFL players).

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