Zachary Gee

Zachary Gee is a second-year law student at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law. Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, he completed his undergraduate degree in commerce at the University of Alberta School of Business. During his undergraduate summers, he worked in politics, including a stint at the Parliament of Canada in 2016. He has broad legal interests ranging from corporate/commercial to constitutional law. He is particularly interested in the different ways constitutional law intersects with tax law.

In his spare time, he is usually volunteering on some sort of political campaign, or pursuing his interest in aviation by learning to fly while virtually exploring the world in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Elizabeth England

Liz England is entering into law as a second career. She served 18 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, spent a year working with the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe’s Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine, and just completed her second year of law studies at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, she completed a BA in Political Science at the University of Lethbridge and a MA in Human Security and Peacebuilding at Royal Roads University.

Liz has developed a keen interest in various aspects of Constitutional Law including Charter issues, federalism and the division of powers, and the relationship between Indigenous peoples and the Crown. More specifically, she is interested in how these subjects engage fundamental principles like the rule of law and fairness.

When she does not have her nose in a book, Liz can usually be found on the wilderness trails with her delightful dog, Liri, or gardening at home with a podcast in her ear.

Tesia Doblanko

Tesia Doblanko recently completed her second year of law school at the University of Alberta. Before attending law school, she received her Bachelor of Science in chemistry with a minor in business at the University of Alberta. Tesia is excited to learn more about how constitutional law intersects with issues that affect the lives of all Canadians.

When she is not studying, Tesia can be found performing with the Ukrainian Shumka Dancers, trying out new local restaurants, or exploring the outdoors.