Jasmine Nielsen

jnielsen@jml.ca  |  604 681 6564

Education

J.D., Peter A. Allard School of Law, UBC, 2018
B.A., University of Victoria, 2012

Experience

Prior to starting law school, Jasmine worked in a variety of not for profit roles. Highlights included assisting with a yurt camp in eastern Montana and running a food bank in Seattle. As a law student Jasmine was a clinician at the Rise Women’s Legal Centre, a Research Assistant, and Senior Editor of the Canadian Journal of Family Law. She is a recipient of the Rosina and Gabriel Iacobucci Prize (2016) and the Jacqueline Dearman Memorial Prize (2016) for family law, and the David Roberts Prize in Legal Writing (2015).

 


 

Caitlin Heit

cheit@jml.ca  |  604 681 6564

Education

J.D. University of Alberta, 2018
Brock University, MSc 2014
Brock University, BSc Honours 2011

Experience

During law school, Caitlin volunteered with the Family Law Project at Student Legal Services and the Edmonton Community Legal Centre. Before studying law, Caitlin completed an Honours Bachelor of Science degree, with a major in Oenology and Viticulture, at Brock University, followed by a Master of Science degree in Biotechnology. During her graduate studies, Caitlin received the Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and, upon graduating, the Distinguished Graduate Student Award for achieving the highest academic standing in Biotechnology.

 


 

Adrian Armstrong*

aarmstrong@jml.ca  |  604 681 6564

Education

B. Eng., Mechanical, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, 2008
J.D. Candidate, Peter A. Allard School of Law, UBC (Anticipated completion: 2019)

Experience

Prior to law school Adrian worked for a number of years in the construction industry as a mechanical engineering consultant. In that role he provided building mechanical system design services on a variety of commercial and institutional construction projects. As a law student, Adrian was a volunteer clinician with the Law Student Legal Advice Program and was oralist for the winning team at the 2017 Ian Fletcher International Insolvency Law Moot.

 


 

Stephanie John*

sjohn@jml.ca  |  604 681 6564

Education

J.D. Candidate 2019, Peter A. Allard School of Law, UBC
B.Sc., Civil Engineering, University of Calgary, 2016

Experience

Stephanie has just completed her second year of law school. During her undergraduate degree, Stephanie worked a 16-month civil engineering internship with CANA Construction, a construction management company in Calgary, AB, where she worked on-site at Studio Bell (National Music Centre), and later at an 18-storey residential tower. After her first year of law school, Stephanie worked as a summer law student at Engineers and Geoscientists BC. During law school, Stephanie volunteers with Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre (through Pro Bono Students Canada) where she assists in researching and writing public legal education materials. Stephanie is a recipient of the Peter Glockner Engineering Scholarship for Excellence at the University of Calgary.

 

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