Navneet Aujla

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Navneet Aujla is a Summer Articling Student at Richards Buell Sutton LLP. He will attend the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia for his third and final year of law school.

Prior to transferring to Allard Law, he completed the first year of his Juris Doctor program at the University of Alberta.

Navneet was born and raised in the Lower Mainland. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia, with a major in Sociology and a minor in Asian Area Studies.

Interesting Facts About Navneet:

At the University of Alberta, he was an intake volunteer for the civil and family law branch of Student Legal Services – an organization that aims to provide legal support to individuals with low income. Navneet has also volunteered through Pro Bono Students Canada at Allard Law to provide BC’s South Asian community with legal information and to foster an awareness of current legal issues.

Navneet is fluent in Punjabi. As part of his undergraduate program, he was a teaching assistant for an upper-year level Punjabi-Canadian history course. In 2018, he served as the Punjabi Studies Program Assistant at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He is a recipient of both the Attariwala-Dley Prize and the Malwa Brotherhood and Friends Society of Canada Prize – academic awards given to UBC students for demonstrating excellence in Punjabi and Sikh studies.

Navneet enjoys tasting new Ramen dishes and is always on the lookout for new Ramen restaurants to experience.