Jasmine Der Articling Student


Speaks:  English

Primary phone: +1 604-891-2773

Fax: +1 604-683-3558

Email: jasmine.der@gowlingwlg.com

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Primary office:  Vancouver


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Jasmine Der

Jasmine Der is an articling student in Gowling WLG’s Vancouver office and first joined the firm in 2018 as a summer student.

Jasmine completed her JD at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. While in law school, Jasmine was heavily involved in student government and held several extracurricular positions. Jasmine served as a student representative on the Careers Committee, executive member of the Women’s Caucus, student ambassador, and co-chair of the Graduation Committee for her class.

During her undergraduate studies, Jasmine conducted research funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council. This research contributed to publications in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology and Evolution & Development

Jasmine is also a dedicated musician and completed her associate diploma of the Royal Conservatory of Music (ARCT) in piano performance in 2014.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2019

    • Education
       2019
      University of British Columbia, Peter A. Allard School of Law, JD
  • 2016

    • Education
       2016
      University of Saskatchewan, BSc (Anatomy & Cell Biology)
  • 2014

    • Rankings & Awards
       2014
      Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Undergraduate Research Award
  • 2013

    • Rankings & Awards
       2013
      Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Undergraduate Research Award

Alyssa Phen, Justine Greer, Jasmene Uppal, Jasmine Der and Julia C. Boughner,"Upper jaw development in the absence of teeth: New insights for craniodental evo-devo integration," Evolution & Development, 20, 5, 2018.

Julia C. Boughner, Jasmine Der and Kevin L. Kuykendall, "A multivariate approach to assess variation in tooth mineralization using free-lived and captive-raised chimpanzees (P. troglodytes)," American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 158, 3, (452-462), 2015.