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Singer Kwinter Welcome New Articling Student – Betsy Belzberg

Ann Grozier
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Singer Kwinter is pleased to welcome Betsy Belzberg to Singer Kwinter. Betsy will be working as an articling student here at the firm.

Betsy is a recent graduate of the J.D. program at Queen’s University. Betsy was actively involved in the law school community throughout her time at Queen’s, where she held an executive position in the Queen’s Law Cancer Society, spearheaded the Curriculum Review Committee and participated in Intramural Dodgeball. This past year, Betsy traveled to Hong Kong to spend a semester studying abroad at the prestigious University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law.  Before attending law school, Betsy obtained a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in Sociology and Criminology from the University of Western Ontario. Betsy has also spent time as an In-School Mentor through the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program, which allowed her to use the same compassion and care she intends to use with her clients. Betsy is excited to join the team at Singer Kwinter and put her skills to use!


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