Alain Verrier
JD Candidate, Thompson Rivers University 
Research Assistant, Indigenous and Settler Legal Systems

Alain is a 3rd year law student at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops. Alain grew up in Calgary, exploring the nearby mountains as often as possible and pursuing an undergraduate degree in Political Science. He has worked as a research assistant for Professor Janna Promislow for two summers working on various projects related to Canadian public law and treaty negotiation and implementation. Alain is involved in editing the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law and is looking to publish his paper on privacy law and modern surveillance. He has also been involved in various extracurricular groups, having participated in organizing the 2018 student run conference and being a co-founder of the hiking club. In his spare time, Alain likes to write short stories; he aspires to one day write a screenplay. He loves film and literature and often finds inspiration in the creative works of others.