Jacqueline is a summer student with the Corporate Group (Corporate and Capital Markets) and the Disputes Group (Specialized Disputes). She has an interest in Labour and Employment law but also looks forward to trying out different practice areas.
Jacqueline chose to work at BLG because of the kind people she has encountered and the various learning opportunities it has to offer. She greatly enjoys learning new areas of law and building new skills with the support of friendly colleagues at BLG.
At the law school, Jacqueline is a peer mentor, a regular contributor to the student newspaper, and the co-president of the International Law Society. She researched on international law and politics as a summer fellow with the South African Society for Labour Law Pro Bono Project. She also worked with startups through an externship at the University of Toronto Entrepreneurship Hatchery. She represented the University of Toronto in the 24th National Labour Arbitration Competition and was a winner of the moot.
Jacqueline grew up in China and is a native speaker of Cantonese and Mandarin. Before arriving in Canada, she had worked and travelled in Australia and gained skills in goat husbandry. In her spare time, she likes to bake sourdough bread, get active outdoors, and capture beautiful moments with her camera.