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Law Guy, Law Girl; 3L Bucket List

Law Guy:  Devin Crisanti

The 3L Bucket List

19 Law Guy Devin

1) Congrats on your upcoming article position!  Where will you be articling and in what city?

I will be articling at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP in Calgary.

 

2) Before you move, list the top 5 things on your bucket list to do in Edmonton!

1)      Go to the West Ed Waterpark with all my friends and certain supplies in large quantities.

2)      Do a cannonball into the Ship Wreck display at West Ed during a seal show.

3)      Go on a tour of U of A campus and see what life is like as a non-law student. I hear it’s glamorous.

4)      Drive a big truck around town like a true Edmontonian. It has to be raised up and have extra large wheels.

5)      Ride in Nick Trofimuk’s limo with all my buds and the same supplies used at the West Ed Waterpark.

 

3) For all those students that may be new to the city or faculty, give your recommendations for:

 

  • The Best Brunch in Town: Hotel MacDonald has the best food. The restaurant at the top of Crown Plaza is the coolest experience because the revolving restaurant lets you see the River Valley. This is based on a reliable source. I’ve never gone for brunch in Edmonton.
  • The Best Study Spot: U of A Law Library. The décor is second to none. Especially on the 3rd floor.
  • The Best Glass of Wine: Tzin on 104th street – my favourite place in Edmonton
  • The Best Place to Enjoy the Outdoors: Kinsman River Valley
  • The Best Spot to Unwind: Hudson’s or at Rexall watching the Oilers lose. It’s a very gratifying feeling for me

 

 

Law Girl:  Heather Thompson

 The 3L Bucket List

19 Law Girl Heather

 1)  Congrats on your upcoming article position!  Where will you be articling and in what city?

 

Thank you!! I’ll be doing double duty at the Department of Justice and Public Prosecution Service of Canada, in Toronto.

 

2) Before you move, list the top 5 things on your bucket list to do in Edmonton!

1)      West Ed Waterpark! It’s unacceptable that it’s taken 3 years to get there

2)      See the Northern Lights

3)      Check out the Muttart Conservatory

4)      Go camping at Elk Island… once it gets warmer

5)      Graduate.

 

3) For all those students that may be new to the city or faculty, give your recommendations for:

 

  • The Best Brunch in Town: I’m still mad at Sugar Bowl for that time they left the cheese off my huevos rancheros, so I’m gonna say Glenora Bistro – it’s an amazing hidden gem.
  • The Best Study Spot: If I want to be productive – 2nd floor of the library. If I want to be comfy, but realistically accomplish nothing, then cozied up on my couch with some tea.
  • The Best Glass of Wine: I tend to go for the bottle more than the glass, but probably OJs
  • The Best Place to Enjoy the Outdoors: I don’t have a car, so to my knowledge the only outdoor space in Edmonton is the River Valley…which does have some nice biking trails.
  • The Best Spot to Unwind: The bar. Until someone starts to talk about important things.