Introducing the New 2021-2022 Program Coordinators

Introducing the New 2021-2022 Program Coordinators

We are pleased to announce that PBSC-UVic has two amazing new Program Coordinators, Hilary Mutch and Kaymi Yoon-Maxwell: Hilary (she/her) is looking forward to her role as the Summer and School-Year PBSC UVic Program Coordinator. Hilary was born and raised in Treaty 7 (Calgary, Alberta) and holds a BA in English from McGill University. Prior to joining UVic Law, Hilary spent six years in the non-profit sector, where she became passionate about community engagement and transformative learning. She was inspired to enter the legal profession after her involvement with a pro bono initiative while working at a community organization. Hilary currently volunteers with the PBSC Trans ID Clinic. In her spare time, Hilary enjoys dog walks, running, and exploring the outdoors. She is eager to work with the many students, lawyers, and community organizations that are involved with the UVic PBSC Chapter. If you’re a community organization interested in a project for the 2021-2022 academic year, please contact Hilary in May via e-mail: pbsc.uvic@gmail.com. Kaymi (they/them or she/her) is a Korean/Scottish settler in the joint degree program in Canadian Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders (JD/JID). They earned a BA from the University of British Columbia, with a double major

Introducing the New 2020-2021 Program Coordinators

The recruitment and hiring period for the 2020-2021 PBSC-UVic Program Coordinator positions has come to an end. We are pleased to announce that PBSC-UVic has two amazing new Program Coordinators, Lisa Harris and Laura Bullock: Lisa will be taking on the role of Summer and School-Year Program Coordinator starting in May 2019. Lisa has her BSc and MSc from the University of Guelph in Aquatic Ecology where she studied the carbon uptake of aquatic plants. She has worked for the Ministry of Natural Resources and is passionate about volunteering on environmental projects including fieldwork on wood thrush and endangered freshwater mussels. Lisa currently volunteers with PBSC and the Canadian Environmental Law Association and is dedicated to access to justice and work in the public interest sector. She values trauma informed practice and works to create accessible spaces. She recently worked in program design and management in the rock climbing industry and is a passionate educator. She has won a teaching assistance award for her work designing class experiments with bumble bees. In her spare time she loves to get outside and hike, camp, and rock climb. She is an avid artist and can often be found reading a sweet book in