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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.

Alicia Chauhan

Alicia Chauhan is thrilled to be joining Soloway Wright in 2023 as an articling student. Alicia is a first-generation Juris Doctor candidate from Osgoode Hall Law School and holds a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton University where she took a double major in Law and Sociology. Prior to law school, Alicia worked in the Charities Directorate of the Canada Revenue Agency helping charities obtain registration. She has mentored first-generation high school students in Essex County and volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada. During her time with Pro Bono Students Canada, Alicia worked with the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers to provide legal education to the Asian Canadian community. Outside of work, Alicia enjoys reading, hosting events with her friends and family and travelling. Alicia’s favourite place she has visited so far is Rome, Italy.

Alison Gondosch

Alison Gondosch is a graduate of the dual JD/MA program at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Alison completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona where she completed a triple major in Political Science, French and Sociology. She subsequently obtained her Masters Degree in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from Columbia University in New York City. As a law student, Alison participated in the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition where her team placed 2nd in Canada for their written submission. She also participated in the bilingual Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Moot Court Competition where her team placed 2nd for top oralist team. Her most unique and interesting experience so far has been her time working on an asparagus and green onion farm during the height of the pandemic. In her spare time, Alison enjoys remaining active and being outside. As a former varsity athlete, she loves volleyball, weightlifting and running marathons.

Victoria Morvillo

Victoria Morvillo returned to Soloway Wright as an articling student after completing her summer program with the firm. She received her Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School and holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Criminal Justice, with a Concentration in Law and Minor in Spanish from Carleton University. Victoria graduated with high distinction and received the Senate Medal for her outstanding academic achievements in her undergraduate program. Throughout her undergraduate degree and in law school, Victoria demonstrated a passion for community service. She mentored first-generation university students, volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, and assisted with the construction of primary school classrooms in Nicaragua and Guatemala. During her final year of law school, Victoria volunteered as a Student Caseworker at Osgoode’s legal aid clinic, CLASP, where she helped individuals in her local community resolve their administrative, employment and human rights legal issues. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys many outdoor activities and sports including rugby, backcountry camping, kayaking, swimming, and wakeboarding.

Tamara Belley

Tamara Belley is a Juris Doctor candidate at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. Tamara received her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) with High Distinction in Criminology and Criminal Justice with a concentration in law from Carleton University. During her time at Carleton, she participated in Carleton’s Alternative Spring Break Program where she engaged in community service-learning outreach with students and community members at an elementary school in Costa Rica. In law school, Tamara has been a member of two unique legal research clinics, focused on environmental law and the intersection between our climate and municipalities. Tamara has also been a member of the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, Windsor Law’s student run legal journal, as a junior and senior editor. In her free time, Tamara enjoys spending time with her family and friends, as well as going on long walks with her dog Radar.

Nick Kruiper

Nick Kruiper joined Soloway Wright in 2023 as a summer student. Nick is currently a Juris Doctor candidate from the University of Ottawa, entering his final year of study. Prior to law school, he attended the University of British Columbia, where he graduated with a degree in Political Science. During his time at UBC, Nick was involved in debate and was the President of UBC Okanagan’s Model United Nations Club. Outside of school, Nick spends his time volunteering with Project Literacy, a non-profit organization that helps new immigrants strengthen their language skills. In his spare time, Nick enjoys watching sports, particularly soccer. He has supported Liverpool FC since childhood. After moving to Ontario, Nick began following the Ottawa Senators (for better or worse).”

Jordy Pimm

Jordy Pimm is excited to be joining Soloway Wright as a summer student. Before entering the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Common Law, Jordy completed a Bachelor of Arts studying International Relations and Business Administration at Lindenwood University, where she graduated with the distinction of summa cum laude. She subsequently received her Masters in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Carleton University. Prior to entering law school, Jordy played women’s hockey at both the NCAA Division 1 and U-Sport levels. As a law student, Jordy has enjoyed participating in arbitration competitions, volunteering as an intake worker for Reach Canada, and leading the faculty’s Sport and Entertainment Law Society. In her spare time, she enjoys running, weightlifting, and testing out new recipes in the kitchen.

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