Miriam Levin-Gold


Summer Student


Prior to attending Osgoode Hall Law School, Miriam spent 10 years working in the film industry in Toronto as a producer and production manager. After years on set, she decided to take a swing at the law. Combining her passion for the arts with legal studies sparked Miriam’s distinct interest in intellectual property and copyright law.

Today, Miriam is the Co-Director of Entertainment on the Entertainment and Sports Law Association at Osgoode, and a volunteer with the Artist Legal Advice Services. She previously acted as a Summer Fellow with the Osgoode Intellectual Property clinic. Miriam enjoys working with emerging entrepreneurs, start-ups, and innovative thinkers.

In her spare time, you can find Miriam watching YouTube videos, baking gluten free treats, and playing with her cat named Mouse.