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Jeneya Clark photo
Jeneya Clark photo

Jeneya Clark is building a legal practice focused on commercial litigation and dispute resolution. Her practice encompasses a broad range of complex corporate and commercial matters, including contractual and shareholder disputes. Jeneya has also been developing experience in International Commercial Arbitration, in particular under the institutional rules of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).

Jeneya joined McMillan as a summer student and completed her articles with the firm before returning as a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group in Vancouver’s office.

Jeneya received her Juris Doctor in 2020 after attending law school at Thompson Rivers University, and a semester in the European Business School’s International Commercial Law Program in Wiesbaden, Germany. Prior to law school, Jeneya obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree with an honours specialization in neuropsychology at the University of British Columbia.


Rankings & Recognitions

  • Course Prize in Constitutional Law, Thompson Rivers University (2019)

Community Involvement

  • First Generation Network Mentorship Program, Mentor
  • Society Volunteer Legal Advocacy Program (2017 – 2020)

Education & Admissions

Called to the British-Columbia Bar
JDThompson Rivers University
BA, Major in Psychology, Honours specialization in NeuropsychologyUniversity of British Columbia


  • “Party Cannot Negotiate Certification Defeat from the Jaw of Contested Victory”, co-author with Joan Young, Lexology (June 5, 2019)
  • “Psychological Disturbance and Cognitive Functioning in TBI patients”, co-author, Applied Neuropsychology: Adult. doi: 10.1080/23279095.2018.1460370

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