For more than a decade, Jahmiah has been interviewed on topics ranging from sports law to risk management. She has given presentations and workshops on everything from litigation principles to #metoo, and has written articles which have appeared in a variety of publications across Canada. A cross section of Jahmiah’s resources can be found below:
Quoted, "Resilient, dynamic and relevant: ERM in a new risk environment," Financier Worldwide, Nov. 2020.
Quoted, "COVID-19 and risk management," Risk & Compliance, Oct.-Dec. 2020 Issue.
Quoted, "Liability in the age of COVID-19, Canada's leagues, clubs wrestle with risk," Times Colonist/Canadian Press, Sept. 24, 2020.
Presenter, Ottawa Association of Law Clerks (OALC): Amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure, Nov. 27, 2019.
Author, "Cover your bases: Five mistakes to avoid when devleoping your risk management strategy," Canadian Lawyer InHouse, Nov./Dec. 2019.
Co-Presenter, #MeToo in the Live Music Industry: Address the Risk – Before, During and After, Canadian Live Music Association, Feb. 21, 2019.
Co-Presenter, Practice Guidelines & Your Protection: Understanding Professional Liability Insurance, Sonography Canada, Feb. 20, 2019.
Co-Presenter, Crisis Management: Before, During and After a Crisis Strikes, RIMS (Risk and Insurance Management Society) Canada Conference, St. John's, NF, September 2018.
Co-Author, "Interim Relief in Complex Litigation", presentation for the Complex, Mega and Advanced Litigation conference, (Toronto), Feb. 28, 2011.
Co-Author, "Gone Fishing: Letter Rogatory Applications will not be Rubber-Stamped", CBA Newsletter, February 2011.
Obtaining Evidence From Non-Parties, June 2010.
New Drilling Techniques Unlock 35 % more Natural Gas in the United States: Mackenzie Gas Project in More Trouble?, July 15, 2009.