Raoul Wieland graduated from McGill University in June 2020, completing the bilingual Juris Doctor (JD) and Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) program. In addition, he earned a Master of Social Work. Prior to studying law in Montreal, he completed a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Sciences from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. The Integrated Sciences program combined environmental sciences and international relations. Raoul’s work has been published in peer reviewed journals, most recently in the Journal of Social & Legal Studies.
While attending law school, Raoul completed an internship at the Center for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR) in Montreal, and a work placement at Amnesty International’s Strategic Litigation Unit in London. Furthermore, Raoul was a member of the McGill chapter of the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), worked as editor for the Canadian Journal of Law and Justice, and sat on the McGill University Appeal Committee for Student Discipline and Grievances as a student member.
In his free time, Raoul enjoys spending time hiking, dancing, writing poetry, and exploring the local food and music scene.