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Daniel Jolic

J.D. Candidate (2025) at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law


Before starting law school at the University of Toronto, Daniel Jolic served as an Executive Assistant to a Member of Parliament. Before that, he served in roles at the Government of Yukon, and in the Office of the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons.

Daniel continues to be involved in politics during law school by working as a Legislative Assistant to a Member of Provincial Parliament. He also volunteers on the provincial and federal levels, and serves on an Electoral District Association’s Board of Directors.

In addition to a Riddell Master of Political Management, Daniel holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.

The Riddell MPM program exposes you to Politics A-Z. Learning about parliamentary procedure, campaigns, communications, polling, and policy from seasoned professionals not only improves your political know-how, but allows you to build a network with your future colleagues. Most importantly, the Riddell MPM teaches you how to write clearly, succinctly, and for a wide variety of audiences. The writing skills I learned in the MPM continue to be vital to my current legal career, just as they were during my time in politics.” – Daniel Jolic

Last Revision: Feb. 7, 2023