Derek Cannon

Administrative Assistant, Queen's Elder Law, Family Law and Business Law Clinics

Derek Cannon has been working with the Queen’s University Faculty of Law since October 2014. He is the administrative support for the Queen’s Business Law, Elder Law, and Family Law clinics. He attended St. Lawrence College from September 2009 to May 2012 and received an Advanced Diploma in Business Administration – Human Resources. Derek’s decision to pursue a career in the administration field came after a tour in Afghanistan.

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Blair Hicks

Director, Queen's Elder Law Clinic

Blair Hicks is Director of the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. She is a veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force, and served as a Search and Rescue Air Navigator for more than 20 years before building a law practice. Blair Hicks received her Juris Doctor (JD) from Western University in London, Ontario, and is trained in mediation, negotiation, and collaborative law.

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Warren Corber

Caseworker

Warren is a entering his second year of law school. Before attending Queen’s Law, Warren graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from Ted Rogers School of Management. He enjoys watching the hometown Raptors and Blue Jays, running by the waterfront in Kingston, Facetiming with his pets in Toronto, and anything related to fashion and musical theatre. Warren is greatly looking forward to connecting with clients at the Elder Law Clinic this summer.

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Grace Lee

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Grace is entering her second year of studies at Queen’s Law. Prior to entering law school, she completed her undergraduate degree at the University of British Columbia, graduating with a B.A. (Hons) in English Literature. Grace is thrilled to be a summer caseworker at the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. She is looking forward to working with clients and providing helpful services.

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Allison Neville

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Allison is an upper year law student at Queen’s Law. Before attending Queen’s Law, she graduated from Queen’s University with a major in Political Science and minor in Psychology. She is excited to be a student caseworker at QELC in the 2021/22 academic year! In her spare time, she enjoys skydiving, visiting her cottage in Atlantic Canada, and going on walks with her dog, Rex!

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