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Our Students

The team at Soloway Wright works hard to offer you the highest quality legal expertise in an environment that is filled with warmth and caring for both clients and colleagues. We leverage everyone’s specialized knowledge to develop innovative legal solutions while remaining grounded, practical and committed to cost-efficient problem solving.

Meagan Jennings – 613-236-0111 ext. 3197

Meagan joined Soloway Wright in 2017 as a summer student and returned to the firm to complete her articles in 2018/19 after completing a Dual Canadian and American Juris Doctor at the University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy.

During law school, Meagan’s mooting abilities were recognized when she obtained successful “Pass with Distinction” in both of her first year moots. Meagan was a member of the Moot Court Board and competed in the Patrick A. Keenan Memorial Appellate Advocacy Competition and the Walsh Family Law Moot & Negotiation Competition. Meagan also interned with the Misdemeanor and Felony defenders office in the 35th District Court in Detroit. In her final year, Meagan wrote a directed research paper on the American rule of evidence known as the Confrontation Clause.

Prior to law school, Meagan completed a Bachelor of Social Sciences, Majoring in Criminology and Minoring in Environmental Studies at the University of Ottawa, where she graduated cum laude.

Outside the office, Meagan enjoys spending time with her friends and family. She also enjoys trying new things, cooking and travelling. She is currently planning a trip to South America.

Caleb Timmermann – 613-236-0111 ext. 3196

Caleb joined Soloway Wright as a summer student in 2017 and returned to the firm for his articles in 2018/19 after completing his Juris Doctor at the University of Ottawa.

While at the University of Ottawa, Caleb participated in the First-Year Moot Competition and was awarded the County of Carleton Law Association Prize for best written submissions. During his studies, Caleb was also a Student Fellow at the Global Health Law Clinic where his research focused on the role of the law in addressing global antibiotic resistance. Prior to attending law school, he completed a Bachelor of Environmental Science at the University of Guelph from which he graduated with honours.

Outside of the office, Caleb enjoys camping, woodworking, and competing in triathlons. In the winter he can be found cross-country skiing in the trails of Gatineau Park.

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