MacNeal Darnley is currently attending Queen’s University, Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, he earned his Honours Bachelor of Arts in Ethics Society and Law, and Canadian Studies from the University of Toronto. As an undergraduate student, Mac spent his summers teaching sailing to youth at a sea cadet camp in Kingston, Ontario. During the summer of 2018, Mac worked concurrently at a small litigation firm in Windsor, Ontario, and at the Michigan Court of Appeals. At the court, Mac was the Judicial Extern to an appellate judge, where he was responsible for reviewing parties’ written submissions and conducting independent research on jurisprudence. Mac drafted one of the court’s judicial decisions, which dealt with a search and seizure violation under the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and the parallel provision in the Michigan Constitution. Mac has volunteered as a Project Lead for Pro Bono Students Canada, as a Volunteer Editor for the Queen’s Law Journal, and as a Food Bank Volunteer at The Downtown Mission of Windsor. He is currently the Transfer-Student Representative of the Law Students’ Society at Queen’s. In his spare time, Mac enjoys sailing, doing maintenance on his Ford Mustang, and spending time with his family.