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Kelsey Leik

Kelsey is a third-year student at the College of Law. She grew up in Martensville, SK and earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan. In her second year of law school, Kelsey participated in the Willms and Shier Environmental Law Moot. She and her teammates earned second place at this national competition after presenting arguments to the Championship Match’s panel, which included Chief Justice Richard Wagner. During her time at the College, Kelsey has worked for Engineers and Geoscientists BC, Public Prosecutions (La Ronge), and the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice; she has also held positions on the councils of the Law Students’ Association, Green Legal, and Just Rights. Kelsey is currently completing the Intensive Clinical Law Program at CLASSIC and serving as a Teaching Assistant for the 1L Legal Research and Writing course. After graduating, she looks forward to clerking with the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan. Outside of law school, Kelsey enjoys traveling, playing video games, and spending time with her husband and their dog.