221. From the Pitch to the Court: Catrina Thompson on the Importance of Fitness, Resilience, and the Law School Experience
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Join Amos Vang as he interviews articling student and former U Sports rugby player Catrina Thompson! From playing 5 seasons with both the Carleton University Ravens and the University of Calgary Dinos, Catrina brings plenty of experience from her days as a rugby player into law school.  Amos and Catrina talk about the importance of fitness and physical health in the legal profession, the lessons that Catrina learned from her time playing rugby, and the interesting rivalry between the Carleton Ravens and the University of Ottawa Gee Gees. Music by: Scott Buckley
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