OUR SUBCOMMITTEE LEADERS
Meet the team
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Meet Our Team
Brigid is a first-year UNB Law student. With her educational background in French and Spanish, Brigid hopes to use her language skills and legal education to pursue Human Rights and Criminal law. This past year she volunteered with Amnesty International, and has since gotten involved with Pro Bono Students Canada at UNB and the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice student committee. Brigid is looking forward to working with the rest of the restorative justice team to bring alternative justice programs to the community.
Destiny is a first-year student at UNB Law. She studied Business Administration at Acadia University, majoring in employment relations. Destiny is a founding member of the Acadia Pre-Law Society; a resource for students who are interested in attending law school. Using this experience, Destiny will be communicating with potential speakers for our society. She looks forward to completing her studies and practicing law within Atlantic Canada.
Hannah Russell is a first-year law student from Saint John, NB. She completed a Bachelor of Arts with a major in criminology and a minor in psychology at Saint Mary's University. She received training in the foundational principles and pillars of restorative justice through the Community Justice Society in 2014-2015. She then volunteered as a facilitator of restorative justice circles for young offenders in Nova Scotia until she returned home to New Brunswick, where there was no active restorative justice program. Hannah is excited to be part of the initiative bringing restorative justice to New Brunswick as the Programming sub-committee lead.
Hannah Cameron is a first-year UNB Law student from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She completed her undergraduate degree at the Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba with a double major in International Business and Leadership. Hannah has also studied commerce at the Technical University of Munich and is learning German. Hannah has experience in Corporate Law during her time as a legal assistant. She is excited to explore all areas of law during her degree, with a focus on social issues and equal justice within Canada.
Alla Al-Arabi is a first-year UNB law student. While studying science during her undergrad and working with a non-profit family centre, Alla has developed a key interest in social justice and community work. Alla is the 1L representative of her section and she is currently working on a pro-bono immigration project with New Brunswick’s African Association. She is fluent in Arabic and plans to use her language skills as an asset as she enters the legal field. She is interested in immigration law, but she is also excited to explore different legal career paths during her time at UNB. Aside from being involved in various non-profits and extracurriculars with her law school, she enjoys traveling, hiking, and being by the beautiful waters of the east coast.
Kaitlin Gamble is a first-year UNB Law student. After completing her undergraduate degree in psychology and communications, Kaitlin went on to work in both non-profit and government sectors, most recently working as a Psychiatric Patient Advocate with the provincial Department of Health. Kaitlin is keen on advocacy for vulnerable populations and is hopeful her legal studies will allow her to do so in a greater capacity.