Jennifer Luu is an Immigration Litigation Lawyer at Mamann, Sandaluk & Kingwell LLP. Her practice is mainly focused on admissibility, and conducting hearings at the IRB as well as the Federal Court. She also prepares written applications, including temporary resident permits, humanitarian and compassionate applications, and pre-removal risk assessment applications. In addition to practicing law, she is also a part-time instructor at the University of British Columbia. She teaches the H&C/admissibility module as well as the refugee module for their Certificate in Immigration: Laws, Policies, and Procedures program. The program is aimed at individuals who are interested in becoming an RCIC and starting/operating a professional immigration consulting business. As an instructor, she prepares and ensures the student has gained a practical, theoretical, and ethical understanding of immigration laws in Canada prior to writing the RCIC EPE.