Jordan Allison

Étudiant 2019 | Toronto

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Jordan Allison is excited to be joining Miller Thomson as a Summer Student after working at a boutique law firm during her first year summer. Jordan is currently completing her JD at the University of Ottawa and will be graduating in 2020. At law school, Jordan has taken on a variety of leadership roles, specifically as an executive member of a school club that plans annual school charity runs, brings in guest speakers, and organizes monthly social nights. In addition, Jordan has been a peer mentor for first year students, offering guidance, support and running wellness and academic workshops. She received mindfulness and mentorship training to help guide students through their first year of law school.

Prior to attending law school, Jordan completed an Honours Bachelors of Arts with a Specialization in Psychology and a minor in Linguistics at the University of Ottawa. During her undergraduate degree, Jordan completed various research projects in the school’s Linguistics Laboratory, Language Development Laboratory and Cognition and Anxiety Studies Laboratory. Jordan’s interest in research led her to complete a thesis in fear and anxiety in her fourth year of studies.

Following the completion of her undergraduate degree, Jordan worked at a boutique personal injury law firm in her hometown of Hamilton. In her spare time, Jordan enjoys running, playing any sport, and keeping a personal garden.

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