Nazanin Ayon is an articling student at MUNERA. She received her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School and her Honours BA in Criminology from Ryerson University.
Prior to joining MUNERA, Nazanin acquired solid experience in real estate, immigration and criminal law. She worked at a fast-paced real estate law firm where she assisted with the closing of approximately 50 residential transactions per month.
Nazanin also prepared various work and study permit applications for high skilled applicants at the Canadian office of a reputable international immigration law firm specializing in global corporation immigration.
She has also recently worked with a boutique criminal defence law firm conducting legal research and drafting legal memoranda on various criminal law subjects.
During law school, Nazanin volunteered for many student and community organizations. She advocated at Fair Change Community Legal Services for homeless individuals. Additionally, she drafted Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds applications for refugee claimants at the FCJ Refugee Centre.
Furthermore, Nazanin has mentored many students and reviewed various research proposals involving humanitarian considerations at the Research Ethics Board of Ryerson University.
In her free time, Nazanin likes to spend time with her family and friends, read, bake, binge-watch shows, and watch comedy and documentaries on YouTube.
Nazanin is fluent in English and Farsi / Darsi.