Lemooriya obtained her Juris Doctorate from Osgoode Hall Law School, where she streamed in International, Transnational, and Comparative law. To supplement her education, she participated in several skills building activities. She completed an Immigration and Refugee Law Intensive program, a placement at Waldman & Associates, and worked with not-for-profit organizations, including the Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (Kampala, Uganda) and FCJ Refugee Centre (Toronto, Canada). Moreover, Lemooriya served as the President of Osgoode’s Tamil Law Students’ Association and Development Chair of the International Refugee Assistance Project.
Lemooriya is passionate about providing equal and affordable legal representation to all individuals. Lemooriya’s passion for law derives from a desire to advocate for “the voiceless”, or underprivileged, as well as the belief that marginalized minorities, in particular, require dedicated advocacy to offset the effects of an occasionally unjust legal system. Lemooriya also believes in a compassionate trauma-informed approach to legal representation.