Samantha Callow began her post secondary days studying Psychology at Queen’s University. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree there. After completing her degree, she then travelled the world for a year providing community service to over 90 different communities including Bosnia Refugee camps, aboriginal groups and many others. Upon her return she completed her Bachelor of Law degree at Windsor University and was the recipient of a 1 year common law exchange to McGill University Law School. She completed her Master of Laws degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School with a focus on Paralegals in ADR. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 2000. After practicing law for several years, Samantha began her teaching career with Humber College and Seneca College. She began working full-time at Humber College as the Paralegal Coordinator. She is currently a full-time law professor with Humber College.