Manitoba Law Journal core editors

Avery Alexiuk,
J.D. Candidate 2026

Avery Alexiuk (she/her) is a second-year law student at the University of Manitoba, in the Access to Justice in French (A2JF) Concentration. Prior to law school, Avery studied Sociology and Psychology at the University of Manitoba and worked at as a Court Clerk for the Court of King’s Bench of Manitoba. In her free time, Avery enjoys travelling, photography and staying active outdoors with friends and family. She is passionate about advocacy and enhancing the accessibility of legal information. Avery is looking forward to honing her research and editorial skills through her work with the Manitoba Law Journal.

Robson Crim editor

Heather Peterson

Heather Peterson (she/they) is a third-year law student at Robson Hall. With a background in political science and social work, Heather’s research interests include the incarceration of women and girls, witness intimidation, and international criminal law.

Disability and the Law editor

Aubriann Schettler

AubrieAnn is a second-year law student at the University of Manitoba. She is also a professional philosopher who is passionate about supporting and contributing to legal research from a historical, ethical, and philosophical standpoint. She is looking forward to assisting the Manitoba Law Journal on their path to advance innovative ideas and to elevate the academic legal landscape. 

The Review of Enterprise and Trade Law: Special Project

Brayden Juras, 2L at UOttawa

Brayden Juras

Brayden is a second-year law student at the University of Ottawa. Prior to law school, he graduated with distinction from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Since beginning law school, Brayden has taken interest in dispute resolution and mooting competitions. In his spare time, Brayden enjoys spending time with his family at Falcon Lake, playing golf, and cooking new recipes in the kitchen. He is excited to be working for the journal this summer in his home province, and the opportunity to improve his writing and research skills.