A full and rich student experience can open many doors – even those to the Supreme Court of Canada. University of Manitoba law graduate Dayna Steinfeld was chosen from 150 short-listed applicants to clerk at the Supreme Court next year. Steinfeld will be clerking with Supreme Court Justice Marshall Rothstein of Winnipeg, a position coveted by over 2500 law school graduates each year and for which only 27 are chosen.
Steinfeld’s passion for human rights and social justice issues led her to get involved with the women’s Legal Education Action Fund and youth group No Means No. She’s also a member of the speaker’s bureau at the Centre for Human Rights Research.
The opportunities to learn, grow and thrive at the University of Manitoba go beyond the classroom. A diverse variety of student groups, leadership programs and community service opportunities can build and enhance your ideal university experience, develop your passions and help take you all the way to the top.