After summering with CCPartners in 2018, Jacob returned to the firm as an articling student in 2019.
Jacob completed his undergraduate degree at Acadia University, where he received a BA with an honors in politics and second major in philosophy. During that time, he received the Margaret L. Ford Scholarship in political science, the R. Burns Curry Scholarship, and was on the Dean’s list. Jacob graduated with the University Medal in philosophy.
After completing his BA, Jacob received his MA in political science from Carleton University. While at Carleton, he received a Master’s Entrance Scholarship, two Department Scholarships, and was awarded the Lester B. Pearson Scholarship.
Jacob then earned his law degree from Queen’s University, where he received the Queen’s University Entrance Scholarship, the David Mullan Entrance Scholarship, and was awarded the Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP Prize in Civil Procedure. In his final year of study, Jacob spent his first semester on exchange at EBS University in Wiesbaden, Germany.
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