Sajeda Hedaraly is an associate in our Litigation Group in Montréal. Before joining the firm, Sajeda clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for the Honourable Clément Gascon and the Honourable Nicholas Kasirer. Prior to this, she clerked for the Honourable Paul Rouleau and the Honourable Katherine van Rensburg at the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Sajeda holds a joint degree in civil law and common law from McGill University, where she previously completed a Bachelor of Arts & Science with a major in cell/molecular biology. During her legal studies, Sajeda volunteered with the Caregivers’ Association of Quebec (AAFQ) and with the Legal Information Clinic. She was an editor for the McGill Law Journal, completed a clerkship at the Superior Court of Québec, and participated in the Harold G. Fox Moot in Intellectual Property. Sajeda also worked as a research assistant in constitutional law for Professor Johanne Poirier.
Sajeda gives conferences and writes in constitutional law, notably on institutional bilingualism and on the division of powers. She retains a keen interest in various areas of law, including public law, health law, and class actions. She was called to both the Law Society of Ontario and the Barreau du Québec in 2019.