Vivian Hua

2018 Summer Student, 2019 / 2020 Articling Student | Toronto


Portrait of Vivian Hua


Vivian Hua received her Juris Doctor from Queen’s University, where she received the Queen’s Law Prize in Constitutional Law as well as the Law ’66 Prize in Contract Law. While in law school, Vivian has been extensively involved in the Student Equity Tutoring program and the Queen’s Business Law Clinic.

During her time at Queen’s she also attended the Bader International Study Centre in the United Kingdom, where she received a certificate in Public International Law where she received first class honours. Additionally, she competed in the John Jackson Moot on International Trade Law, where her team placed as finalists in the North America.

Prior to law school, Vivian obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Queen’s University in Political Studies, where she graduated with distinction. The following year, she earned her Master of Arts from the University of Toronto in the Political Economy of International Development.

Community involvement

  • Pro Bono Students of Canada chapter where she helped research and design community legal education presentations on relevant law for recent immigrants in Kingston
  • Upper-year buddy, Queen's University
  • Orientation week leader, Queen's University
  • Student Ambassador, Queen's Univerisity
  • Volunteer dancer for Queen's Law Cancer Society's fundraisers (first and second year)

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Vietnamese


    • J.D., Queen’s University, 2019
    • Master of Arts Political Economy of International Development, University of Toronto, 2015
    • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Political Studies, Queen’s University, 2014