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.
Delila Summered with GR in 2020.