According to the organization, Linde has a particular interest in human rights law. "In addition to her Dean’s Honours List standing, Jennifer is involved in many extracurricular activities. Among other involvements, she serves as an Associate Editor of the Ottawa Law Review, Vice President Internal of the Regroupement étudiant de common law en français (her program’s student association), and as a part-time podcast host of The Law School Show where she aims to highlight the work of women in the legal profession. Jennifer is also involved in two mentorship programs through which she has four female law student “mentees” to whom she provides guidance, encouragement, and empowerment."
WGCC was established to help women in general counsel and legal executive roles succeed, recognizing the uniqueness of their positions.
To qualify for the Scholarships, nominees must be a current Canadian law student in the second year of a JD or LLB program or in the 2nd or 3rd year of combined JD/LLB degree program and must demonstrate a commitment to the mission of WGCC and to the advancement of women in the legal profession.
Congratulations, Jennifer, on this achievement!