Jennifer Li received her Juris Doctor from Queen’s Law. Prior to law school, she 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.
Jennifer served as a student caseworker with the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. She also participated as an oralist in three moot competitions, winning the Queen’s Labour and Employment Moot in her first year. A self-described “people person,” Jennifer enjoyed playing an active role in the Queen’s Law community, acting as a mentor and representative for the Queen’s Asian Law Students’ Association and the Vice-President Professional for the Society for Graduate and Professional Students.
In her spare time, Jennifer is an avid board game fan and can often be found in Toronto’s various board game cafes. She is also fluent in Mandarin.