Jacey Safnuk

2018 / 2019 Articling Student | Saskatoon

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Portrait of Jacey Safnuk

Jacey is an articling student at Miller Thomson LLP currently maintaining a general practice. Jacey graduated from the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law in June 2018 with distinction. Prior to entering law school, she obtained a Bachelor of Commerce with distinction from the Edwards School of Business, majoring in Finance, and worked as a Financial Analyst for a provincial health region.

During her commerce degree, Jacey was heavily involved in the Edwards Business Students’ Society, holding the position of President in her final year. She was also a member of the debate team in the JDC West Business Competition, and was Captain during the team’s first place finish.

Jacey was also involved with student governance at the College of Law. She held the position of Community Outreach Coordinator in 2016 and the Vice President of Finance for the Law Students’ Association in 2017.

Jacey was a member of the Philip. C. Jessup International Law Moot Team which was successful in a second place national finish for their Respondent Memorial. Jacey also competed in the Canadian National Negotiation Competition where she and her partner won first place at the regional qualifier and went on to place fourth in the national competition, with an honourable mention for a strong performance in planning and self-analysis.

In her spare time Jacey enjoys reading, horseback riding, traveling, and golfing with friends and family.

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