Beverly Sarfo is a Law Student at the University of Ottawa. She holds a BA in History and Political Science from McGill University, where she focused on African history and politics. Her undergraduate thesis analysed Ghana’s informal sector and included an internship as a Legal Intern at Ghana’s Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice. In 2015, Beverly won the Black Law Students Award in recognition of her dedication to community work. As a second year law student she also currently sits on the national board of the Black Law Student’s Association of Canada and is chair of the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot. Previously, Beverly was also a volunteer for the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic, where she co-edited a white paper discussing global copyright laws and copyright trolls with clinic workers. She is passionate about law in general and most especially with regard to human rights and intellectual property law.