Hezekiah is entering his second year at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. Before law school, he obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from York University. While completing his degree, Hezekiah completed a mini-pupillage with a Criminal Defence and Immigration law firm in the United Kingdom. Following graduation, he worked as a Research Analyst for a prominent polling firm in Toronto.
Hezekiah is the current President of the Students’ Law Society of Windsor (SLS) and aims to expand accessibility and career opportunities in his role. He recently finished his term as the 1L faculty representative on the SLS, where he successfully advocated for failsafe midterm exams for first-year law students to ease the burden of navigating law school amidst a pandemic. Hezekiah was also recently appointed to sit on the Windsor Law Associate Dean, Academic Search Committee.
In his first year of law school, Hezekiah worked on the Necessary Bail Project, a clinic associated with the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, where he assisted Defence Counsel with bail reviews for marginalized individuals in the Windsor-Essex region. He is also a content writer for Humans of Windsor Law, a student-run publication that seeks to showcase students and Faculty members’ unique stories. As a Personal Statement Editor for the Black Law Students’ Association of Canada, Hezekiah reviewed and edited personal statements of black pre-law students who applied to law schools in Ontario for the 2021/22 school year.
Hezekiah loves watching basketball, reading, and taking long walks for exercise in his free time.