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Krysten Zator Toronto Student

Krysten Zator

Candidate in the Licencing Process Fasken
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto
Krysten Zator graduated from Queen’s University, Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, she completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts specializing in Psychology, an Honours Bachelor of Music specializing in Music History, and a Master of Science in Cognition and Perception where she studied autobiographical memory and popular music, all from Western University. Krysten has extensive experience tutoring and teaching. She was a tutor for Queen’s Law first year students in all of their first year law coursework and was a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Western University for an undergraduate psychology research course. At law school, she was a Junior Editor for the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal, was on the Faculty Board Admissions Committee, and was an Orientation Week Leader. She was also involved with Pro Bono Students Canada in her first year, where she was a member of the Napanee Chamber of Commerce project. Prior to law school, she was an Editor in Clinical Psychology for the Western Undergraduate Psychology Journal, a volunteer with the Inpatient Mental Health Program at The Scarborough Hospital, a Student Support Group Facilitator with Connect for Mental Health, and conducted research on perceptions of impaired driving in university students. Krysten enjoys singing and playing the piano, guitar, and trumpet. She played lead trumpet for the Queen’s Law jazz band, Groove to Appeal, and was a member of the Queen’s Law Choir. She is also an avid traveller. She spent two months in 2018 studying international business law at the Bader International Study Centre in Herstmonceux, England, and the fall 2019 study term at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland. She recently learned how to play hockey and speed skate, enjoys running, karate, and yoga, and played on a Queen’s Law intramural basketball team.

Krysten summered at the Firm in 2019 and was seconded to the University Health Network.

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