Spencer Millis

Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta

Summer Students, 2020-21

Spencer Millis received his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminal Justice from Mount Royal University. During his degree, he took a handful of classes that exposed him to the topic of constitutional law. For his Honours Thesis, he researched how the section 7 Charter rights of Canadian sex workers were affected by current and previous prostitution laws.

Spencer is extremely interested in how the Charter can be used as an instrument to protect marginalized people within Canada. He is also interested in the different ways constitutional and criminal law intersect.

Passionate about these topics, Spencer is excited to learn more about them and thrilled to be working for the Centre for Constitutional Studies this summer.

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Teresa Holmes

Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta

Summer Students, 2020-21

Born and raised in Red Deer, Alberta, Teresa Holmes resisted the traditional approach to summer jobs, instead choosing to slip through tropical forests while collecting valuable research on monkeys.  She completed her bachelor’s degree in Primatology and followed up with a graduate degree in Anthropology at the University of Calgary.  She subsequently took on the challenges of environmental management and sustainability roles at large organizations in Lake Louise and Calgary.  She has since found her passion for law and will be entering her final year of law school at the University of Alberta in September 2020. After graduation, Teresa is interested in a career as a civil litigator.

In her spare time, Teresa volunteers with a local search and rescue team. She loves outdoor activities, whether she is testing her extreme winter survival skills in northern Alberta or mountain biking in Edmonton’s River Valley.

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Case Littlewood

Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta

Summer Students, 2020-21

Case Littlewood is a first-year law student at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law. Before attending law school, he completed his undergraduate degree in philosophy at the University of British Columbia and earned a Master’s degree in philosophy at Western University. As a recovering philosophy student, his legal interests revolve around the intersection of moral and legal questions, especially those involving justifications of Charter rights. When he’s not reading, studying, or writing, Case enjoys improv comedy, long runs, and modernist literature.

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