Husoni is completing his Juris Doctor (JD) degree at Osgoode Hall Law school. Prior to law school, he completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications & Public Policy and Human Rights at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, NB.
Before joining McCarthy Tétrault, Husoni served as Manager of Anti-racism Initiatives for the New Brunswick Multicultural Council. There, he led a province-wide research project on the experiences of racism on discrimination in New Brunswick and developed a four-part anti-oppression training for settlement and ethnocultural organizations.
Husoni is engaged in his community. He served as the first Black student union president at St. Thomas University. He led the planning and execution of numerous events and projects, such as mobilizing students to vote in the 2019 Federal Election and capacity-building workshops for student leaders. Currently, he serves on the Atlantic Human Rights Centre and Goose Lane Editions boards.
Husoni has extensive experience in undergraduate and law school mooting competitions worldwide. With the American Moot Court Association (AMCA), Husoni won several regional and advocate awards and consistently qualified for the national championship. He has also competed in the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot in Geneva, Switzerland.
Here in Canada, Husoni was the top oralist and a finalist at the 2020 Osgoode Cup and the winner of the 2020 Lion’s Cup. Now at Osgoode Hall, Husoni was most recently a finalist and distinguished oralist at the 2021 Lerners Cup. He was also a semi-finalist at the Denton’s cup negotiation competition.
He gives back to undergraduate mooting by helping to organize Canada’s largest undergraduate moot court competition and coaching undergraduate teams for international law competitions.
In his spare time, Husoni enjoys cooking, gardening, and socializing with friends.