Veromi joined Cavalluzzo as an associate in 2022 after summering and articling with the firm.
Veromi received a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2021. During her studies, she completed a clinical placement and worked at the Human Rights Legal Support Centre, providing legal assistance to clients at all stages of their human rights claims. Through the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Alliance, she led several research and policy projects in the health and education sectors. Veromi also served as an Associate Editor for the Osgoode Hall Law Journal.
Through Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC), Veromi drafted wills for low-income individuals and families, and she received a PBSC Chief Justice Richard Wagner Award for her work with Butterfly: Asian and Migrant Sex Workers’ Support Network, in association with HIV Legal Network. Veromi was also actively involved in several cases with Canadian Lawyers for International Human Rights (CLAIHR) on issues of migrant rights and international law.
Prior to commencing her legal career, Veromi obtained a BA(Hons) and PhD in Philosophy, specializing in moral and political philosophy. She received numerous scholarships and awards, including a University Medal, SSHRC Doctoral Scholarship, and Doctoral Excellence Research Award. Veromi volunteered with Adopt4Life: Ontario’s adoptive parents’ association, and she served as a consultant on a federal policy proposal for equitable EI benefits for adoptive parents. She has presented at various national and international conferences, and has guest-lectured at Canadian universities in Law, Philosophy, Women’s Studies, and Medicine.
Veromi is currently living and working on lands governed by the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant in Aterón:to. She is committed to local and international solidarity with Indigenous and colonized peoples.