Hasith Andrahennadi

2018 Summer Student, 2019 / 2020 Articling Student | Saskatoon

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Portrait of Hasith Andrahennadi

Hasith returned to the firm in 2019 after spending his summers during law school as a Summer Law Student at our Saskatoon office.

During his time as a Summer Law Student, Hasith gained litigation experience from drafting pleadings, applications, and briefs; corporate experience from reviewing directors’ resolutions, shareholders’ agreements, and minute books; and commercial experience from drafting loan agreements, guarantees, and promissory notes.

Before law school, Hasith spent two years enrolled in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan, where he studied a variety of science, humanities, and social science courses. In the summer prior to entering law school, Hasith worked for Child Find Saskatchewan, a non-profit organization, which educates and advocates for the protection and rights of children.

Throughout his time at the University of Saskatchewan, Hasith was heavily involved in the community. While he attended the College of Arts and Science, he was elected as a Member-of-Student-Council, responsible for representing around 9000 students on the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union. While he attended the College of Law, he was elected as the First Year Representative and later re-elected as the Second Year Representative, where he represented the Class of 2019 on the Law Students’ Association, delivered several speeches, and participated in several events.

Hasith is a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan, the Saskatoon Bar Association and the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers’ Association.

In his free time, Hasith enjoys fishing, spending time with his friends, listening to music, and attending social events.

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