Rachel Hung is an associate in the Firm's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Rachel maintains a broad civil litigation practice.
Rachel graduated from Queen’s University, Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, she completed an Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour (PNB) at McMaster University where she was on the Dean’s Honour List for three consecutive years and graduated summa cum laude. During the summer of 2019, Rachel was a Law Student at an in-house legal department, where she drafted legal memos, produced extensive file summaries, and conducted research for mediations and discoveries. In previous summers, Rachel was a Research Assistant at the Tanz Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases, where she performed thorough scientific analyses on Alzheimer’s disease and ALS samples. She was subsequently published in an academic journal.
In each year of law school, Rachel was a Representative for the Queen’s Health Law Association and was a student mentor for the Queen’s Asian Law Students’ Association during her final year. She also enjoys mooting and was a Representative for the Queen’s Law Litigation Society. She was a Student Caseworker with Queen’s Legal Aid for her first two years of law school, receiving the McDougall-Watson Memorial Award for excellent file management, hard work, and commitment to the objectives of Queen’s Legal Aid.
During her undergraduate degree, Rachel was a Student Mentor for the PNB Department, and the President of McMaster’s Autism Assistance Program. In addition, she was a volunteer with the ALS Society of Canada and the VIDA Volunteer Medical Program in Southern Guatemala.
In her spare time, Rachel enjoys playing and watching tennis, spinning, biking, and discovering new pasta dishes in the city. She has limited working proficiency in Cantonese.
Rachel summered and articled with the Firm, and was seconded to University Health Network during the summer of 2020.