Camelia Alikashani completed a Bachelor of Arts in Social Justice at the University of British Columbia and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Victoria in 2022. Camelia joined Meridian Law Group in May 2022 as an articled student and was called to the bar in 2023. Camelia practices insurance law, personal injury law, commercial litigation, general civil litigation, and immigration & refugee law. She has represented clients before the Provincial Court and the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Prior to joining Meridian Law Group, Camelia completed co-op terms at an Aboriginal Law boutique firm as a litigation assistant, as well as at a non-profit assisting newcomers to the country navigate the legal system. Camelia also contributed to projects in the Business Law and Environmental Law Clinics at the University of Victoria.
Camelia is an active participant with Legal Aid BC. She has also served as a senior editor for The Canadian Law Review, and an executive member of her law school’s Racialized Law Students Collective.
In her spare time, Camelia can be found tending to her ever-growing collection of plants, attending spin classes, and going for walks. She also enjoys designing charcuterie boards and hosting wine & cheese nights.