Connecting Muslim Seniors in Ontario: Culturally informed and accessible Free legal services

May 11, 2023
1:00 – 2:00 PM
EAPO is pleased to be partnering with the Muslim Legal Support Centre to provide an informative webinar on the legal services, education and advocacy programs they provide to make justice accessible for Muslims in Ontario.

The webinar will provide an overview of their services and programs offered, address issues and questions pertaining to immigration, sponsorship, legal rights and social benefits. The presenters will also highlight tips on how to prevent frauds and scams that are targeting older adults and where to report these crimes.


Note: This webinar will NOT be recorded.

Webinar provided with an ASL Interpreter


Muhammad Nabeel

Staff Lawyer, Muslim Legal Support Centre

Muhammad joined the Muslim Legal Support Centre in March 2023 after working as a Student-at-Law with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General’s central litigation office, where he gained experience in civil litigation and complex dispute resolution.

Nabeel earned his Honours Bachelor of Arts from York University in Philosophy and Criminology and received his law degree with merit from the University of Edinburgh. While at law school, Nabeel was a Semi-Finalist in the Senior Moots. He also summered at Farani Taylor Solicitors in London, England where he had the opportunity to work on civil litigation, immigration and asylum matters.

Alex Erheim

Lawyer, Rise Law Group

Alex has worked as an immigration and corporate lawyer since 2015. He has a track record of success in providing clients innovative solutions to immigrating to Canada, and helping newcomers and residents navigate Canada’s immigration system. In conjunction with his law firm, Rise Law Group, he helps applicants with applications for permanent residency, family reunification, and judicial reviews or appeals of immigration tribunal decisions.

Before venturing into private practice, Alex served as a Crown Advisor with the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services. Alex started his career working directly for the Deputy Director of the Ministry of the Attorney General’s Litigation Department, working on many high-profile matters which affected the lives of Ontarians.

Alex is also passionate about supporting community and charity groups, by working with them on initiatives that matter to them.

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