Veronica Sebesfi

Veronica Sebesfi is in her sixth year of an undergraduate Advanced Science (Hons I)/Law degree, having completed an honours year in molecular and cellular biology. She is a recipient of the Science Achiever Award scholarship, was on the 2018 Law Dean’s List and received the Baker & McKenzie Prize for the best-performing student in Stage 4. Veronica was the Issue Editor for Issue 41(3), a thematic issue on ‘Vulnerability and the Law’. This is her fifth year on the Journal.

Veronica has been very involved in mooting, negotiations and mediation competitions within the university, nationally, and beyond. Internationally, she competed for UNSW in the 2018 Hong Kong IHL Moot, where she and Journal alumnus Christopher Chiam were the runners-up, and in the 2019 ICC Mediation Competition in Paris, where her team were octofinalists. Within UNSW’s Law Society, she co-coordinated the Beginners Mooting Competition and served as a Mooting Training Director. She also co-convened the 2017 and 2018 Allen & Overy Private Law Moots.

Veronica is a research assistant and has previously clerked at Allens, worked as a legal administration assistant at the Council of Law Reporting for NSW, and volunteered at a community legal centre. She currently tutors and co-leads a Bible study group at her church. She spends any remaining spare time learning salsa dancing and teaching herself the ukulele.