Having completed my third year at Queen’s Law, I am very much looking forward to joining the McMillan team as an articling student!
At Queen’s Law, I have greatly enjoyed getting involved in and contributing to my community. A highlight of my law school experience thus far has been my time volunteering with the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic. As a volunteer, I gained experience in advocacy, file management and legal writing while helping clients navigate a variety of legal issues. I have also enjoyed my time working as a research assistant on a constitutional law study led by one of my professors. And lastly, I have built valuable relationships with my peers by becoming a tutor for incoming first-year law students.
Prior to attending law school, I attained a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology from Western University.
In my free time, I like to stay active, bake, read, and visit all of the many great restaurants Kingston has to offer.
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