Anna Ndegwa is an articling student with Stevenson Whelton LLP. She graduated from Queen’s University Faculty of Law in the spring of 2023. During law school, Anna’s interest in litigation was sparked during her second-year Trial Advocacy course wherein she won the Queen’s Law Prize in Trial Advocacy. In her first two years of law school, Anna volunteered as a student editor with the Canadian Journal of Commercial Arbitration and furthered diversity and inclusion initiatives at Queen’s Law as both a Research Assistant for the Anti-Black Racism Working Group and as the Social Media Coordinator for the Queen’s Law Black Law Student Association.
Prior to and during law school, Anna maintained a full-time Research position within Justice Canada supporting policy and legislative initiatives, including the State of the Criminal Justice System. She co-authored two publications on Hate Crimes in Canada and the Use of Technology within the Family Justice System.
In addition to litigation, Anna is interested in privacy and technology law as she completed her MA in Criminology researching online surveillance on social media.
Anna enjoys spending time with her family and friends, creating new recipes, and listening to financial crime novels.