Shloka graduated from the J.D. program at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. She completed her first year at Michigan State Law, before transferring to Windsor, where she was selected to compete on the IP Law Moot Court Team for the National Competition. During her time at Windsor, she completed a legal externship with the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario where she wrote an extensive literature review on the value of systemic advocacy. Shloka earned her Double Honours Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights & Equity Studies and Psychology from York University.

Prior to joining Levitt Sheikh, Shloka articled and practiced in the Litigation Department at a full-service law firm where she gained substantive advocacy and negotiation experience. She appreciates the importance of bringing unique and creative solutions to client issues and is committed to negotiating favourable resolutions for her clients.

When she’s not at work, Shloka loves spending time with family and friends and enjoys pursuing her passion for dance, photography, content creation and baking.