Sam Kelley is an articling student at McMillan.
During his legal studies, Sam worked as teaching assistant for a legal research course, and served as a Writing Leader helping first-year students improve their writing skills. He also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, assisting the Ottawa Chinese Community Service Center in developing a legal resource handbook for newcomers to Canada. Sam spent seven years working and studying in China.
Sam holds a JD from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, a master of arts in advanced Chinese studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and a bachelor of arts in history and political science from the University of Toronto. He worked at McMillan as a summer student prior to returning to the firm as an articling student.
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