Jennifer is a Vancouverite who completed her legal studies in the UK. She gained international legal experience interning at a major financial institution in Taiwan and a large construction arbitration firm in Hong Kong. Previously, she worked in corporate and financial services at a large national firm in Canada.
During her legal studies, Jennifer volunteered for the Advising Communities Legal Clinic in London. She also volunteered for the UBC Law Students Legal Advice Program at the Gordon House Immigration and Refugee Clinic and the Robson Square Small Claims Court Clinic. In addition, she served as an associate editor for the Cambridge Law Review, with a focus on administrative, constitutional and EU law. She had the opportunity to contribute legal research and writing on human trafficking law and environmental law for the Executive Director of the Oxbridge Human Development Research Group in England.
In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys travelling, discovering new food spots and listening to music.
- National Committee on Accreditation Certificate
- Bachelor of Political Science with International Relations (Hons)
- University of British Columbia, Canada
- Bachelor of Law (Hons)
- University of Cambridge, UK
- Master of Laws
- London School of Economics and Political Science, UK