Annie Zhuang is a recent graduate of the University of Ottawa, in the English common law program. Prior to law school, she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts in political science and criminology from the University of Toronto.
Annie is a passionate advocate. While in law school, she participated in national and international moot court competitions, including the Bowman National Tax Moot and the ELSA Moot Court Competition, where her team won Best Complainant Written Submission in North America.
Annie has diverse experience working with marginalized communities. She promoted access to justice for people with disabilities through her internship with Reach Canada. She assisted low-income tenants with housing issues through her summer work with the Ottawa ACORN Housing Justice Program. She is also on the board of directors for the Quanzhou Association, a community organization that supports the social integration of Chinese immigrants.
Outside of work, Annie’s interests include film, electronic music and unenthusiastic attempts at fitness.
Annie is fluent in Mandarin.