Chris Duncan is the Director of Information Technology at Hicks Morley. Chris is an experienced and energetic leader with over 20 years of experience in the legal industry, managing all technology projects from conception to completion.
David advises employers and pension plan administrators on the design and administration of pension and employee benefit plans. Having worked with a variety of pension plans across Canadian jurisdictions, he is well positioned to help navigate the complex world of pension standards legislation.
Victoria McCorkindale discusses the privacy challenges that arise through public and private sector collaborations, including who owns data that is created through the relationship, who has decision-making power over the handling of such data and which privacy laws govern.
Jennifer Li is a second-year student of the J.D. program at Queen’s University. Prior to attending law school, Jennifer graduated from the University of Toronto with high distinction, where she completed a double major in political science and book and media studies with a minor in English.
Sarah Wise has completed the second year of her J.D. from Queen’s University. Prior to law school, Sarah graduated on the Dean’s Honour Roll from Western University, where she received her Bachelor of Health Sciences.
Lauren Viegas is a J.D./H.B.A. dual-degree candidate at Western Law and the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Kimberly Dias will be completing her J.D. at the University of Toronto. Prior to law school, Kimberly graduated with high distinction from the University of Toronto, where she received her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in ethics, society & law, and health studies.
Max Levy is an incoming 3L student at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law. Prior to attending law school, he graduated with High Distinction from Trinity College at the University of Toronto, receiving his Honours Bachelor of Arts with a double major in ethics, society & law, and history.
Kyla Tabibzadeh is a J.D. candidate at Western Law. Prior to attending law school, she graduated from Western University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in political science.
Gillian McCormick recently completed her second year at Queen’s University. Prior to attending law school, she received an Honours Bachelor of Social Sciences degree in criminology from the University of Ottawa, graduating Magna Cum Laude.