Delila Bikic is currently in her second year of the JD program at Osgoode Hall Law School. She previously earned a degree in Political Science and History at the University of Toronto and a Master’s in European Affairs at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. Prior to law school, Delila spent a lot of time as a researcher in the Balkans, especially in her hometown of Sarajevo, working on various projects concerning the rebuilding of the rule of law and minority integration post-conflict.
While at law school, Delila works as a caseworker at the Community and Legal Aid Services Programme (CLASP), ensuring low-income individuals have access to legal services and representing them in front of various tribunals on a variety of legal matters. She also volunteers with Pro Bono Students Canada and is a peer mentor.
Beyond the classroom, Delila enjoys exploring the Toronto’s food and art scene, reading historical fiction, listening to classical music, travelling, and playing tennis.