In May 2019, Spencer graduated from Queen’s University Faculty of Law and then joined Tevlin Gleadle Curtis Employment Law Strategies for his articling year.
During his time in law school Spencer was actively involved in the Queen’s Law community. Spencer volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada to help financially disadvantaged clients with family law matters. Spencer was able to obtain a successful result in three cases and it provided him with a solid understanding of how to address client needs while efficiently moving forward with a case.
Throughout law school Spencer was an active member of the Queen’s Labour and Employment Law Club.
In his final year of law school Spencer was awarded the course prize in Refugee Law. One of Spencer’s most memorable moments from law school was when he competed nationally in the Walsh Cup negotiation competition.
Before law school Spencer completed a Bachelor of Arts in Transnational Law and Political Science at Carleton University in Ottawa.
Spencer is passionate about music. During law school he played lead guitar in a band with a group of law students and helped to organize an annual music event which raised over $3,000 dollars annually for a local charity.