Hailing from Edmonton, AB, Edmond obtained a B. Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta. Specializing in biomedical engineering, he worked on a variety of research projects from designing a dental simulator to surgical tools for bridging spinal cord injuries. From there, he worked as an engineer building pumping systems for oil & gas applications in Alberta for several years before starting law school. As a self-proclaimed “tech geek”, Edmond also worked on building autonomous submarines and tinkering with robotics throughout his undergraduate degree.
Since starting law school at the Allard School of Law at UBC, Edmond has played an active role in the Allard Law Students’ Society and is organizing the 2018 Graduation Gala. Upon graduation, Edmond will be clerking at the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
When he is not at work, Edmond enjoys skiing, camping, collecting records and going to concerts.