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Alice Wang Articling Student in Toronto

Alice Wang

Articling Student Fasken
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto


Alice Wang is an Articling Student in Fasken's Toronto office.

Alice graduated with a JD and BCL from McGill University, Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, she obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration from York University, where she specialized in Operations Management & Information Systems, and was on the Dean’s Honour Roll for four years. During previous summers, Alice worked for the Ontario government, where she conducted research and assisted in drafting policy within the areas of data privacy and data security in the youth justice sector. While at McGill, Alice was Senior Advocate with the Legal Information Clinic’s Student Advocacy Office and has received the Director’s Award for her commitment. In addition, Alice has been a Senior Editor on the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law, intake volunteer with the International Refugee Assistance Project, VP Communications of the McGill Law Negotiation Club, VP Management of the McGill East Asian Law Student Association, advisory board member of the Student Affairs Office, Law Partners mentor, and Student Ambassador volunteer. During law school, Alice also participated in the Harold G. Fox IP Moot, where she earned the award for top oralist. She and her partner were also awarded best appellant factum and placed second overall. Outside of school, she has been a dedicated volunteer with the Centre for Immigrant and Community Services for the past decade. Alice loves travel sketching, theatre, crosswords, coding, trains, and escape rooms.

Alice summered at the firm in 2021 and was seconded to Pro Bono Ontario.