Vivian (Yueyang) Liu is an Articling Student in Fasken's Toronto office.
Vivian graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to law school, she obtained an entry scholarship and completed an Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Toronto, where she was named to the Dean’s List and graduated with high distinction. During her undergraduate studies, she was a Research Assistant at the Toronto Decision Neuroscience Lab. After graduation, she worked as the Information Services and Knowledge Management Coordinator at a Canadian business law firm. At law school, Vivian actively participated in community service. She was an Intern at Western Law’s Dispute Resolution Centre and a Caseworker at the Immigration Law Division of Osgoode’s Community & Legal Aid Services Program (“CLASP”), where she volunteered as an interpreter for clients and the division leaders. In addition, Vivian worked as a Speaker Coordinator for Justice in Pieces, a not-for-profit educational service that provides legal resources for paralegals and law students. After her first year of law school, Vivian served as a Debwewin Summer Law Program Intern at the Indigenous Justice Division of Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General. In 2021, Vivian represented Osgoode as part of a team in the National Patent Application Drafting Competition hosted by the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Outside of work and school, Vivian is a passionate language learner. She is fluent in Mandarin and enjoys learning French and Korean in her spare time. She also loves keeping her dog company.
Vivian summered at the firm in 2021 and was seconded to the Ontario Human Rights Commission.