Real Estate and Corporate Lawyer
Ritika Nanda is a Real Estate and Corporate Lawyer at Kahane. She graduated from Mount Royal University with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Criminal Justice. Soon after, she attended law school at the University of Alberta and graduated in 2021. After Law school, Ritika joined Kahane Law Office as a Student-at-law focused in Real Estate and has stayed on with the firm.
Ritika practices in residential real estate in which she assists clients with sales, purchases, mortgage refinances and title transfers as well as reviewing and drafting Purchase Contracts.
Ritika also maintains a general Corporate/Commercial practice wherein she assists clients with general corporate matters, minute book reviews, corporate acquisitions and dispositions including the purchase and sale of shares and the purchase and sale of assets, corporate restructuring, and drafting corporate resolutions.
Life Before and Outside the Law
During her time in law school, Ritika was actively involved in various clubs and extra-curriculars. She was a Vice President of the Law Students for Human Rights. As VP, Ritika promoted events as the club’s graphic designer and helped re-invent the club. In addition, she worked with the other executives to implement “Do Better” Talks. These talks were created to raise awareness of human rights issues in Canada and around the world. She was also an active member with the Women’s Law Forum. Ritika held various roles throughout her years as Social Convener, Assistant Speaker Series Co-Ordinator, and Alumni Liaison. through these positions she marketed events held by the club to alumni and current students, and hosted various e-events during the Covid-19 pandemic to cultivate a collegial environment with the club’s membership. In addition, Ritika was also a Dancer and Co-Choreographer for the singers for the annual Law Show.
In addition, to her extra curriculars, Ritika was also a research assistant for Professor Anna Lund. As a RA, Ritika conducted in-depth legal and social science research on foreclosures, the impact of Covid-19 on foreclosures and the history of women in the legal academy.
When Ritika is not busy working or volunteering, you can often find her behind a camera, choreographing dances, or at a restaurant with her friends and family. She also loves learning languages and is currently learning Spanish and Korean.