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Three talented students will make up the firm's 2022 articling student cohort


Woods is very proud to announce that three promising law students have accepted our articling offer. For this virtual edition of the Course aux stages, Woods has gathered a significant number of excellent applications and has even elected to have three students instead of two in the 2022 cohort. The firm is honoured by the diversity of the applications and would like to thank all applicants, whose interest demonstrates the attractiveness of the firm for the next generation of litigators.

Discover our recruits who stand out for their passion for law and dispute resolution, and their academic and para-academic achievements:

Emmanuelle Lanctôt completes the double international and honor programs of the Université de Montréal undergraduate program (Dean's Honour List). Passionate about public and private international law, she is pursuing this interest by working, as a research student, for Professor Daniel Turp. Emmanuelle also enjoys outdoor activities and running.


Jack Little, a University of Ottawa student (Dean's Honour List), has recently completed a legal internship at Via Rail. In 2020, he was a silver medalist in the Laskin Moot Court Competition in the Factums category. At the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, he is actively involved as a research and technical assistant. Jack is also an avid golfer and runner.


Ghazal Sari completed her bachelor’s degree in civil law at UQÀM. She also had the unique opportunity to serve as a judicial clerk for the Honourable Sylvain Lussier (J.S.C.). During her studies, Ghazal worked as an assistant under the supervision of multiple professors and interned in various law firms practicing in both civil and criminal law. She distinguishes herself by her numerous volunteering experiences in initiatives for access to justice, care for the elderly and integration of newly arrived immigrants and refugees.