Jadine practices human rights, labour, and employment law. She is deeply committed to the pursuit of social justice, and has a particular interest in law as it relates to mental health, LGBT+ and Indigenous communities, and elder care.
Jadine is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. During her legal studies, Jadine worked with a variety of legal advocacy organizations, including the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, and Aboriginal Legal Services Toronto. She also spent a summer working as a legal intern for the BC Civil Liberties Association. During her time on campus, Jadine was heavily involved in developing student-led mental health programming for law students at the Faculty of Law.
Prior to obtaining her law degree, Jadine received an Honours Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction in International Development Studies and Political Science from the University of Toronto.