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Team UVic

Team UVic was represented by Matthew Nefstead and Jenn Cameron from Victoria, British Columbia. Thank you to Skunkworks Creative Group for sponsoring Team UVic.

West Coast congratulates Team UVic - sponsored by Skunkworks Creative Group - for winning the Twitter Moot people's choice award!!!

Matthew is a second-year law student at the University of Victoria. His studies have focused on environmental and aboriginal law, and he is currently active in the UVic Environmental Law Clinic. 

Matthew's twitter username is @mnefstead.

 

 

 

Jenn Cameron was born in Calgary, Alberta and since that time has lived in various spots across the globe. After a childhood of globe trotting in 2002 she graduated from high school in the country of Kuwait. Jenn then moved to the west coast of Canada for the first time to complete a BA at UBC. In 2006 the travel bug hit again and Jenn went back to Kuwait where she worked as an elementary school teacher.

Here she spent her vacation time travelling to countries across the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. In 2009 Jenn started her degree at Uvic Law with a hope to find a challenging career with an opportunity for civic engagement. She participates in the Environmental Law Club, and finds continued opportunity to travel through Uvic's co-op program.

She is now in her third year and hopes to work in the areas of employment, labour, and human rights law. Jenn enjoys running, dancing, and not surprisingly, travelling.

Jenn's twitter username is @cameron_jenn.

Team UVic represented the Province of British Columbia in the moot.  Read their Factum (written argument), and watch their 1 minute video submission.

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See how Team UVic tweeted their case on West Coast's Twitter Feed

If you’re glad to see that Team UVic participated in the world’s first-ever Twitter Moot, take a moment to make a donation to support the event so that we can hold these for years to come.