Vipal Jain recently completed her second year of law school at the University of Ottawa. With a keen interest in litigation, Vipal joined Conway to gain practical exposure to this area.
Vipal’s interest in litigation emerged from participating in two competitive moots. During her second year of law school, Vipal represented University of Ottawa at the Julius Alexander Diversity Moot. Her team won the Best Factum Award.
Vipal has worked as a Research Assistant and has assisted in the intervention of several Supreme Court cases. More recently, she assisted with Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC)’s intervener submission to the Supreme Court on cases R v Marakeh and R v Jones.
One of Vipal’s most memorable experiences in law school was being selected to participate in a three-week intensive course on Global Technology Law. As one of ten students selected, she took part in classes in both Ottawa and Israel.
Before law school, Vipal obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science, in genetics and biotechnology from the University of Toronto. Vipal enjoys hiking, camping and most of the activities the outdoor world has to offer.