Nurulayn Noor

Research Assistant
Wilfrid Laurier University Sociology

Biography

Nurulayn Noor is an aspiring Disability, Employment and Human Rights lawyer. She is currently completing her last year of an Undergraduate Bachelor of Arts with Honours Degree at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is employed as a research assistant for an emeritus professor at Wilfrid Laurier University, exploring the financial and social outcomes of the Refugee Settlement Program within Canada. In the past, she has worked at Morneau Family Law Solutions, during which she assisted her employer in writing the published article “The Advantages of Collaborative Family Law for Your Children.” She later worked at Habitat for Humanity as a Family Services Intake Coordinator. Along with her work experience, she had been actively involved with an international peacemaking and mediation organization named Mediators Beyond Borders. During her time there, she published two articles based on members of the
organization and their work. Throughout her involvement in the community, Nurulayn
discovered her passion in humanitarianism and philanthropy along with her interest in law.

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