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Rosel Kim is a staff lawyer at the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF), a national non-profit, charitable organization that works to advance substantive gender equality through litigation, law reform and education. As a staff lawyer at LEAF, she contributes to the development and management of LEAF’s cases, and drafts LEAF’s law reform submissions. She has written about technology-facilitated gender-based violence, race, and identity for the Toronto Star, CBA National, and Puritan Magazine, among others.