Tessa Green

2017 Summer Student, 2019 / 2020 Articling Student | Edmonton

780.429.9405

Portrait of Tessa Green

Tessa returns to Miller Thomson as an Articling Student after completing a summer placement with the firm in 2017. Tessa obtained her Juris Doctor with Distinction from the University of Alberta in 2019. During her time at the Faculty of Law, Tessa volunteered with Student Legal Services and Civil Claims Duty Counsel, as well as participated as a dancer in Law Show and played on the Panda Bearristers rugby team.

Prior to attending law school, Tessa obtained her Bachelor of Commerce Degree with Distinction in Human Resources Management at MacEwan University. While completing her undergraduate degree, Tessa played on the Varsity Women’s Soccer Team at MacEwan and spent a semester abroad in Barcelona, Spain. In the year between her Bachelor of Commerce and commencing legal studies, Tessa worked in Recruitment at an international staffing agency.

In her spare time Tessa enjoys playing soccer, travelling, and trying new restaurants.

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