faculty leads

here is the list of all the amazing law students who have expanded LNFB coast to coast to coast.

 

Dalhousie University

melanie anderson

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University of New Brunswick

desirée duplessis

Desirée grew up in a small Northwestern Ontario town before attending Carleton University in Ottawa, ON for legal studies and psychology. In her fourth year, Desirée was published in Carleton University’s Law and Legal Studies journal with a paper regarding the use neuroscientific expert testimony in criminal trials. After graduation in 2014, she worked at a First Nations grade school on her reserve.

Now a second year law student at the University of New Brunswick, Desirée participates in many school activities and sports. She was a research assistant for the New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council and is currently the Chair of the Aboriginal Law Society. She is also an executive member of the Women and the Law Society, helping launch the Shoebox Project at UNB, as well as the 2L representative for the Law Students’ Society, and a member of OUTLaw, a LGBTQ rights group. Desirée also works with the 1L class as a Peer Mentor and Moot Coach. Desirée also plays on UNB Law’s soccer, softball, and volleyball intramural teams.

Desirée’s interests primarily lay in criminal law and social justice issues, with specific regard to Aboriginal rights and women’s rights.

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