Rebekah Rodrigues

Summer Law Student
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Rebekah recently completed her second year of law school at Western Law.

Prior to her legal education, she earned an Honours Specialization in International Relations from Western University. During her undergraduate studies, she gained diverse work and volunteer experiences, including two years as a news editor for Western’s student newspaper, where she reported on topics like campus safety, racism and discrimination, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on campus life and learning. Rebekah also volunteered for various national and international non-profits and social-purpose organizations.

At Western Law, she serves as a Case Manager for the Sport Solution Clinic, providing pro bono legal assistance to Canadian athletes. Last summer, she worked as a Research Assistant in Aboriginal and Public International law related to Indigenous peoples, studying how Canada, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand have responded to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. This experience sparked her interest in Aboriginal and Indigenous law.

In her free time, Rebekah enjoys visiting new cafes and restaurants, experimenting with cooking and baking recipes, running, and both watching and playing soccer. She loves travelling and is excited about the prospect of solo travel in the near future.

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Western University, B.A., 2022