“I wanted to article with Lawson Lundell because of the firm’s reputation as a leader in client service and as a supportive work environment.”
Jasmine Redfern is an articling student in the Yellowknife office of Lawson Lundell LLP. Jasmine in interested in exploring all practice areas.
Jasmine received her JD with great distinction from the University of Saskatchewan in their Nunavut Law Program. During her studies Jasmine completed a clinical placement with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada and competed in the Gale Moot twice, bringing home awards each year she participated. Prior to law school, Jasmine worked in Indigenous health and social policy in British Columbia and Nunavut and she is currently appointed to the Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal.
- Law Society of Nunavut, Articled Student
- Canadian Bar Association, Member
- Indigenous Bar Association, Member
- Canadian Council of Administrative Tribunals, Member
- Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal, Member
- National Indigenous Law Student Association, Vice-President (Inuk)
- Nunavut Law Student Society, Vice-President
- Nunavut Inuit Women’s Association, Treasurer
- Indigenous Peoples Resiliency Fund, Advisory Committee Member