Jasmine Wahhab, BCL/LLB'06, has been selected to clerk at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague in 2010-2011, as part of the Judicial Assistants Program of the Court.
Wahhab has practiced with Osler, in international commercial litigation and arbitration. She holds an LL.M. (2009) from Cambridge (U.K.) and is currently pursuing a Master of the Science of Law degree at Stanford University in California.
About the ICJ's Judicial Assistants Program
Along with New York University, Columbia, Yale, Michigan, Geneva and Strasbourg, McGill has participated in the Judicial Assistants Program of the International Court of Justice since 2005.
Modeled on the U.S. and Canadian Supreme Courts' clerkship programs, the Judicial Assistants Program allows recent law graduates to clerk with one or two judges of the International Court of Justice, helping in the preparation of hearings and the drafting of decisions. This is a rare opportunity for a McGill Law recent graduate to work within one of the world's most important legal institutions.