Sigma Samanta Khan Summer Law Student


Speaks:  English, Hindi, Bengali, Urdu


Primary office:  Toronto



Sigma Samanta Khan

Sigma Khan is a summer student in Gowling WLG's Toronto office.

Sigma is completing her Canadian and American dual juris doctor at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.

During her law studies, Sigma has worked as a judicial extern law clerk for the Honourable Judge David J. Allen at the Wayne County Third Circuit Court in Detroit, and as a research assistant in Technology Law at the University of Windsor.

Sigma is involved in a number of activities and societies at the University of Windsor. She is a junior member for Detroit’s Moot Court Board of Advocates, business associate for Windsor’s Law Review and the incoming president of the Technology and IP Law Club.

During graduate school at Western, Sigma was a teaching assistant for International Relations. 

Sigma will focus her summer in the firm's Advocacy Department.

Career & Recognition

Filter timeline:
  • 2022

    • Education
       2022
      University of Detroit Mercy, American JD (expected)
    • Education
       2022
      University of Windsor, JD (expected)
  • 2020

    • Rankings & Awards
       2020
      Detroit Mercy Law Legacy of Excellence Scholarship
  • 2019

    • Community
       2019
      Community Legal Aid Caseworker
    • Rankings & Awards
       2019
      Western Graduate Research Scholarship
    • Education
       2019
      Western University, MA, International Relations
    • Community
       2019
      Pro Bono Students Canada Legal Education Facilitator
  • 2018

    • Education
       2018
      Western University, BA, Political Science (Hons.)
    • Community
       2018
      London Ontario High School Violence Prevention Program Educator
    • Rankings & Awards
       2018
      Martin W. Westmacott Award
  • 2016

    • Rankings & Awards
       2016
      Dean’s List (2016-2018)
  • 2014

    • Rankings & Awards
       2014
      Western University Scholarship of Distinction