Nada Ladhani joined Field Law as an articling student in September 2020.
Nada completed her Bachelor of Management (B.Mgt), majoring in Human Resources and Labour Relations from the University of Lethbridge in 2010 and obtained her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from the University of Ottawa in 2020. She also has obtained her professional designation and is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). During law school, she participated in moots and The Canadian National Negotiation Competition, while volunteering with the Legal Education and Action (LEAF) and uOttawa’s Human Rights Research and Education Centre. In addition, she was a Legal Intern at the Federal Department of Justice and a Research Assistant at the uOttawa Centre for Law and Technology. Nada’s experience in working in Human Resources, Utilities, and as a customer and business strategy leader at The City of Calgary roots her beliefs in a customer-focused practice where the client is at the heart of what we do. With her background in business, customer relationship management, human resources, and leadership, Nada provides a multi-faceted skill set to finding practical solutions for clients.
Outside the Office
Nada is passionate about public service. If she is not volunteering, you will find her swimming, reading, road-tripping throughout Canada, or in the Rockies spending time with her husband and puppy. She also considers herself an avid Flames fan and an amateur chef who loves testing out her gastronomic skills on her dinner guests.
Focus Humanitarian Assistance (Canada)
Human Resources Consultant
2020 - Present
Capital Rainbow Refuge
2019 - 2019
Ottawa Women’s Legal Mentorship Program
Mentor and Mentee
2017 - 2020
Human Rights Research & Education Centre, The University of Ottawa
2017 - 2018
Women’s Legal Education & Action Fund (LEAF), Ottawa
2017 - 2018
Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), Africa
Facilitator, Global Encounters
2017 - 2017