Jessica recently completed her second year at Queen’s Law School.

Before starting law school, she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the Lazaridis School of Business at Wilfrid Laurier University, graduating on the Dean’s Honour Roll. Her experience as a marketing executive for several clubs at Laurier prepared her for a role as a marketing intern at a startup, and she also worked as a legal intern at an intellectual property law firm in Tel Aviv, Israel.

At Queen’s, Jessica has been an active member of the law school community. She worked at the Prison Law Clinic and served as a research assistant for Professor Darryl Robinson. During her 1L summer, she participated in the Queen’s Bader College Castle Program in England, gaining valuable international business law exposure and participating in a moot before World Trade Organization members.

In her spare time, Jessica enjoys travelling, cycling, and spending time with her family and pets.

Elizabeth recently completed her second year of law school at the University of Ottawa.

Preceding her legal education, she earned an Honours degree in Political Science from McGill University. During her time at McGill, she served as president of the Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children and volunteered actively with TEDxMcGill, Best Buddies, and within the Montreal community.

At the University of Ottawa, Elizabeth fosters a sense of community by mentoring 1L students, participating in the Student External Committee, and serving as Vice President of Communications for the International Law Students Association.

In her free time, she enjoys writing, exploring new coffee shops, and maintaining her daily streak in The New York Times Wordle.

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.

Andrea recently completed her second year at Osgoode Hall Law School.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan, where she graduated with distinction. Andrea’s passion for advocacy and dedication to client service have guided her career and personal life. Before starting law school, she spent over a decade in sales leadership roles in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. While pursuing her legal education, she also worked as an Adjudicator with Tribunals Ontario and served on various boards while leading community projects.

During her time at Osgoode, Andrea participated in the Lerner’s Cup 1L Moot, served as Vice President of the Mature Students’ Association, and volunteered at the Osgoode Mediation Clinic. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, travelling, boating, and neighbourhood walks with her dog, Woof, while also treasuring moments with her two amazing children.

Dominik recently completed his second year at the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Law.

Prior to starting law school, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from York University. During the past year, he served as a legal intern for the Town of Essex, gaining valuable experience by working on various municipal projects and issues. He has also been actively involved in student groups at the University of Windsor, including a successful stint as the coach of Windsor Law’s hockey team.

A lifelong sports enthusiast, Dominik grew up in Toronto playing a variety of sports and has coached competitive youth basketball for over a decade. When not cheering for the Raptors, he enjoys travelling, attending concerts, and spending quality time with family and friends.

Adrian recently completed his second year of law school at the University of Toronto.

Prior to pursuing law school, Adrian earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts with Distinction and a Master of Arts from the University of Toronto. He specialized in Eastern European history, culminating in a research project that analyzed show trials in the Soviet Union. After applying his research skills in professional land surveying, he returned to the University of Toronto to study law and quickly became deeply involved in academic and community life.

Currently, Adrian is the co-director of the Venezuela Accountability Project, a student-led human rights working group. He also actively represents his Latino heritage through executive roles in the U of T chapters of the Canadian Hispanic Bar Association and the Christian Legal Fellowship.

In his free time, Adrian is an avid reader and board game enthusiast who enjoys playing tennis or gardening in sunnier weather.

Krystan recently completed her second year at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law.

Before attending law school, she earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Italian Studies from the University of Toronto. Her interest in law was sparked in 2016 when she joined Fogler, Rubinoff LLP, where she spent several years working as a legal assistant in the firm’s litigation department.

In her second year of law school, Krystan served on the Common Law Student Society English Committee, which focused on improving access to academic resources for students. Passionate about advocacy, negotiation, and dispute resolution, she competed in the Dentons Negotiation Competition during her first year and the BLG Negotiation Competition in her second year. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, cooking, and spending time with her family

Kate recently completed her second year of law school at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law.

She also holds a Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Arts from the University of Toronto, as well as a Bachelor of Education from York University. Kate comes from a background in education and real estate. Kate is passionate about oral advocacy and placed second at the Canadian National Negotiation Competition in 1L. She also represented her school at the 2023 Kawaskimhon moot, a non-competitive circle negotiation, in Victoria, British Columbia. Kate founded and has presided over the constitutional law society at LASL. She is also an active member of the Indigenous Legal Education Committee. Outside of school Kate is the mom of two fabulous teenage boys, AJ and Christian, loves skiing, baking and spending time with her family by the water.

James recently completed his second year of law school at Western University.

Prior to law school, James studied at McMaster University where he earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce with a minor in Political Science. Throughout law school, James has been deeply involved in the Western Law community, participating in the Contract Drafting competition as well as in various moots such as the First Year Advocacy Competition and Negotiation Competition. He is also an active member of the Business Law Association and the Italian Law Society. James has a well-rounded employment background. He worked in-house at one of Canada’s largest food retailers during his 1L summer and has extensive work experience in retail and customer service. Outside of law school and work, James enjoys staying active, travelling with friends, and indulging his passion for music on the guitar and piano. He is also fascinated by astronomy and space exploration and enjoys learning about the latest advancements in these fields.

Emily recently completed her second year at Western Law.

Prior to law school, she earned her Bachelor of Commerce (major in Marketing Management) with Distinction from the University of Guelph. Throughout her undergraduate degree, she successfully completed co-op work experiences which exposed her to a variety of roles and industries such as sport, tourism, and tech.

At Western Law, Emily volunteers as a Caseworker with the Western Intellectual Property and Innovation Legal Clinic, helping to address the IP needs of entrepreneurs in the London community. Last summer, Emily worked as a Research Assistant in the area of intellectual property rights where she helped to develop a free, online IP Curriculum for SMEs and entrepreneurs to learn more about IP rights and strategy. Emily is also involved with her law school community as a VP of the Gender and the Law Association, the Chair of the Merchandise Committee, an Orientation Week leader, and a Western Law Student Ambassador. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors and at the lake, going to live music concerts, and watching hockey.