Jenny Musyj is an articled student at Narwal Litigation LLP. She graduated from UBC’s Peter A. Allard School of Law (“Allard”) in 2018. Ms. Musyj received her Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology from UBC in 2014, where she graduated on the Dean’s List. During her undergrad, Ms. Musyj volunteered at the UBC Extended Care Unit and at the Ronald McDonald House.
While in law school, Ms. Musyj was an active leader in her school. Ms. Musyj held the elected executive role on the Allard Law Students’ Society as Director of Finance, where she created and managed a budget for all of the clubs and sports teams at Allard. Ms. Musyj also volunteered with the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Justice Policy (ICCLR), where she helped to organize a Victims Against Crime Awareness Week and conference. Ms. Musyj is a member of the Litigation Committee for the Alma Mater Society. As a result of her leadership on campus, Ms. Musyj was awarded the title of a UBC Student Leader and the Legal Leaders for Diversity Trust Fund.
Ms. Musyj was involved in two clinical programs during her time at Allard. While in her second year of law school, Ms. Musyj was a student caseworker for the UBC Innocence Project. In her final year of law school, Ms. Musyj served as an intern to the Provincial Court judges, as part of UBC’s Judicial Externship program. As an intern, Ms. Musyj worked closely with numerous judges and has gathered insight into judicial reasoning. Ms. Musyj also had the opportunity to participate in Circuit Court, where she visited the Haida nation in Queen Charlotte City and Masset.