Angie is an articling student with RWE Family Law. She has a keen focus on litigation and drafting agreements. During law school, Angie worked as a student clinician at the Thompson Rivers University (“TRU”) Community Legal Clinic, which sparked her interest in family law. Angie also volunteered as a board member of the Federation of Asian-Canadian Lawyers and was the president of the TRU Pan-Asian Law Society (2019-2020). Through these roles, she co-hosted TRU’s first ever panel on “Equity and Diversity”, which was attended by over one hundred students and guests. In her last year of law school, Angie worked as a legal research assistant and conducted legal research regarding Indigenous land rights.
Prior to starting law school, Angie worked as a legal administrative assistant – a role that strengthened her organization, file management, and customer service skills. She also interned at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law in South Korea, and West Coast LEAF in Vancouver, both of which solidified her interest in the legal profession.
Outside the office, Angie enjoys travelling, being active and exploring the outdoors, cooking, and roller skating. Angie is also fluent in Korean.