President: Sarah Bittman
Vice President, Social Affairs: Christina Liao
Graeme grew up in Pickering, just outside Toronto. He completed his undergrad at U of T in Criminology and took a year off before applying to law school. He volunteered with LAWS in 1L and is currently part of PBSC’s Family Law Program. This past summer, Graeme worked in the Legal department at Scotiabank, and he is interested in all kinds of litigation. Outside of school he enjoys video games, watching and playing basketball, skiing, and solving the Rubik’s Cube. When he can, Graeme likes to travel “home” to Bobcaygeon, where his parents (and four dogs!) now live permanently. Graeme was a 2L social rep, and is looking forward to a great final year with the SLS.
GILL COOK – (JD/MBA)
Gillian grew up in Toronto, and then moved to Kingston to pursue a degree in Biomechanical Engineering at Queen’s University. She completed a Master’s degree in Clinical Engineering at U of T before doing a 180 and deciding to pursue a JD/MBA. She is currently completing her MBA year, but is excited to return to the SLS as a 2L rep. In her remaining spare time, Gillian co-captains the law intramural volleyball team, sings with the Hart House Chorus, and enjoys hitting things in Muay Thai.
TONY ZHOU – (JD/MBA)
Tony grew up in Shanghai, spent his teenage years in Toronto, then moved to Montreal to pursue his Honours Bachelor of Arts degree at McGill University. Over the past summers, he’s spent a significant amount of time abroad: studying away at University of Cambridge, traveling throughout Europe, and working in China. Tony is currently in his second year of the combined JD/MBA program, and spends much of his time at the Rotman School of Management. In his free time, he enjoys board games, movies, or dining around the city.
Jenn grew up in the small town of Morden, Manitoba before heading to McMaster University to complete a degree in Health Sciences.
Besides being a SLS Social Affairs Rep she is also one of the Coordinators for Pro Bono Students Canada, plays lots of intramurals, and will never say no to procrastinating with a board game like Settlers of Catan.
AHMAD AL MALLEES
Ahmad grew up in Toronto, went to U of T for his undergrad in biology and human biology, and now finds himself at U of T law. This year, he’s participating in the Family Law Rotation Project with PBSC. Law school has also marked his second-ever yoga class, and he’s looking forward to many more!
Outside of class and class-work, he can be found at Hart House, U of T’s go-to student hub, or at home trying out new recipes.