Equity Officers


Amanda Cutinha

Amanda is a first-generation immigrant and woman of colour with a passion for diversifying the legal profession. She is excited to work with Sherry on events that highlight representation at the law school and support students with their equity concerns should they arise. Amanda is looking forward to her 2L year and loves to bake and read in her spare time.


Sherry Ghaly

Sherry is an Egyptian-Canadian woman who hopes to be an accessible source of empowerment and support for marginalized students at the law school. As the past Anti-Racism Coordinator at the University of Toronto in Mississauga, Sherry appreciates the importance of diversity, representation, and inclusion. She is excited to work with Amanda to advance these goals at the Faculty. Sherry also enjoys eating tacos with her friends at El Rey on her free time.


Communications Directors


Emma Brown

Emma can’t wait to be your SLS Communications Director for Social Affairs this year! Her role includes maintaining communication between the SLS and the student body via the SLS Facebook page and the SLS weekly newsletters, and more importantly inviting you to Call to the Bar every week! When she’s not stuck in Bora Laskin Library you can find Emma eating hummus, riding horses or at Barry’s Bootcamp.


Hannah Johnson

Hannah is excited to be your SLS Communications Director for StAG for the 2019-2020 school year. Her role is to keep the student body up to date with the what’s happening at the law school; from clothing sales and club events to changes at the administrative level. She is one of the faces behind the SLS Facebook page and the SLS weekly newsletters. You can find Hannah either whispering jokes to her friends in the Bora Laskin Library, working on her fitness at Gold Ring, or dancing at call to the bar.




Paul Hildebrandt

Paul grew up in Swift Current, SK, a city literally tens of people have called “the Toronto of Southwest Saskatchewan”. He completed the accounting program at the University of Saskatchewan and spent several years working in accounting in Saskatoon prior to moving to Toronto for law school. If you ever happen to find yourself in the (unfortunate) position of having nothing better to do on a Saturday night than discussing tax policy, Paul is your go-to guy.


Daniel Korman

Daniel is a second-year JD/MBA student and acts as a Treasurer for the Student Law Society. Prior to commencing the JD/MBA program, Daniel completed his undergraduate education at the Ivey Business School and subsequently gained four years’ experience in business management roles. After completing 1L, Daniel worked as a summer student at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP's Toronto office. In addition to his role with the SLS, Daniel acts as VP Academic Affairs for the JD/MBA Association and is a member of the Tax Law Association's executive team.


Administrative Director


Shelby Rooney

Shelby was born and raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Following a year at Queen’s University’s castle in England, she moved home to complete her undergrad in political science at Lakehead University. Throughout her undergrad, Shelby worked with the management team at a provincial government office to implement legislative and policy changes. In her spare time, she enjoys Krav Maga, recreating Italian family recipes, and hosting dinner parties. Shelby hopes to help SLS maintain and build upon their study resource databases in her role as Administrative Director this year.


Chief Returning Officer (CRO)


Sukhmani Virdi

Sukhmani completed both her undergraduate and graduate degrees at York University, in history and political science. Throughout law school, Sukhmani has been an active member of Downtown Legal Services and spent both of her law school summers at the clinic. She is also a commuter and will always provide a sympathetic ear for people wanting to complain about transit. When not running between Jackman and DLS, Sukhmani can be found ranting about sports somewhere in the atrium, trying to solicit people to join fantasy sports leagues, or on stage at the annual Law Follies show.