Nicolas Kamran is a BCL/JD student at the McGill Faculty of Law, where he remains deeply invested in community and academic life. His research interests lie in criminal justice, human rights, and public international law. As of his fourth year at the Faculty, Nicolas has worked as an Executive Editor at the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law, a research assistant to Professors François Crépeau, Marie Manikis, Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry, and Nandini Ramanujam, a group assistant for McGill’s first-year criminal justice course, and as a member of the Faculty’s Academic Freedom Advocacy clinic.
In Summer 2022, Nicolas was an international human rights intern working in criminal defence at Nunavut Legal Aid. In 2024–2025, he will be a law clerk at the Federal Court of Canada.