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Logan Burnett is a graduate from the University of Ottawa law program. Prior to law school, Logan graduated concurrently with an HBA from the Ivey Business School and a BA in political science from Western University. Growing up in London, Logan previously worked as a credit analyst at VersaBank, and was a successful entrepreneur operating a metal recycling and landscaping businesses. He was a very involved student during his legal career, working as an intern at the Public Interest Advocacy Centre for Pro Bono Students Canada, and competing in negotiation competitions and the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada. Logan also went to Puerto Rico on an exchange for a law and technology course, where he studied the legal effects of human-computer interaction in healthcare and robotics.
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Annie Legate-Wolfe completed her law degree at Western University. Prior to pursuing her law degree, Annie obtained an Honours BA in international development from the University of Guelph. During law school, Annie gained valuable hands-on experience working as a supervisor and caseworker at Community Legal Services, as well as working on the Eviction Prevention Project, and the Family Law Team. Annie is also an active volunteer in her community and lends her time and talents to support such initiatives as Habitat for Humanity and Goodwill.
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Thomas obtained his law degree from Western University. Prior to pursuing his law degree, Thomas
attended the University of Detroit Mercy where graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts. Throughout his post-secondary studies, Thomas played competitive lacrosse. He served as captain on the NCAA Division I lacrosse team at the University of Detroit Mercy and then with the varsity lacrosse team at Western University where his team won the national championship in 2016. In addition to his grueling athletic schedule, Thomas has volunteered as coach of London’s U-15 boys’ lacrosse team, and with Habitat for Humanity and the Boys & Girls Club of London, and has worked as a customer service representative at TD Canada Trust.
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Rachel Spriet obtained her Honours BA in health studies and Spanish at Queen’s University before returning to London, her hometown, to complete her law degree at Western University. Rachel was also a very engaged student while at Western, working as a caseworker at the Sport Solution Clinic, career events coordinator at Western Health Law Association, and committee member for both the Obiter and Law Games events. Outside of school, Rachel spent a summer working on commercial leasing matters as a student at Sherman Brown Barristers & Solicitors, and another summer working in the Corporate Strategy and Strategic Initiatives Department of St. Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto, where she contributed to the creation of a business plan for an Innovative Paediatric Outreach Clinic and a Clinical Services Literature Review.