Amanda Delcy Hauk (Events Advertising) is a second year student at Windsor Law School and holds Honours B.A. in Political Science. She was Stitt Field Handy Social Justice Fellow working in Legal Resources Centre in Ghana. She is particularly interested in international criminal law.

Daisy McCabe-Lokos (Events and Fundraising Committee) obtained her undergraduate degree in International Relations from the University of Toronto. She is interested in in international law and human rights with a specific focus on gender. At the Windsor Law CLAIHR Chapter she is responsible for planning of projects and events as well as deals with funding applications and administration issues.

Craig A. Brannagan (L3 Representative and Internal Communications Director) is a third year student at the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor. He holds M.A. in International Law & the Settlement of Disputes from the United Nations University for Peace in Costa Rica, and Honours B.A. in Political Science from the University of Windsor. Having written his Master’s thesis for the United Nations Department of Political Affairs (DPA) on the topic of “Power Sharing Arrangements and the Resolution of Internal Armed Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa”, he subsequently interned with the UN/DPA at Headquarters in New York City. His current legal interests include: the development of international criminal law, specifically by the International Criminal Court; public international law; the possibility of domestic remedies for international human rights violations; and the role of information-sharing in State complicity to torture.

Reema Patel received her B.A. from McGill University with a double major in Political Science and International Development Studies. She spent eleven months in Mumbai on the CIDA International Youth Internship Program working on child rights issues. After her first year of law school, she spent the summer in India working with a human rights lawyers’ collective. Reema is passionate about social justice and is committed to fostering dialogue and spreading awareness of human rights issues at Windsor Law.

Bhavin Bilimoria (Vice President Finances) obtained his Honours B.A. from the University of Western Ontario where he double majored in Philosophy and Media Information & Technolculture (MIT). At the Windsor Law CLAIHR Chapter he is responsible for managing the chapter’s financial affairs.

Other Members of the Chapter: Luke Weiler, Ruchi Kumar-Tyagi, Ashley Barnes, Amanda Ramkissoon, Anita Goela, Jaskaran Sandhu.

Chapter Email Address: claihrwindsorchapter@gmail.com


Anthony Van Pham (Executive) – obtained his B.A. in Political Science and Film from the University of Western Ontario.

The University of Western Ontario
BA , Political Science, Film

Shannon Kinch – obtained her Joint Honors Degree in Sociology and Criminology from the University of Western Ontario. Her decision to pursue a career in law stemmed from her life long desire to reach out and protect children worldwide. After her first year of law school she traveled to Ghana.

2005-2006 Executive

1st Year Representatives: Amit Gogna, Maisaa Jamal, Anthony Pham

2nd Year Representatives: Linh Dang, Paloma Ellard, Jennifer Lum

3rd Year Representatives: Virginia Nelder, Andrea Krywonis

Events/ Fundraising: Fatema Dada, Janice Dubiansky, Chantelle Lapointe

Financial & Operations: Christopher Chin, Edyta Kowalewska, Vinh Tran, Liaison Sanja Popovic

Promotions: Karina Kleiner

2004-2005 Executive

Fatema Dada, Janice Dubiansky, Melissa Mark, Sanja Popovic, Megan Street and Vinh Tran.