Veronica Sebesfi is in her third year of an Advanced Science (Honours)/Law degree, majoring in Molecular and Cell Biology. She is a recipient of the Science Achiever Award scholarship.?
Veronica has competed in several competitions within the university, being part of the runner-up team for the 2015 Beginners Client Interviewing Competition, a semifinalist in the 2016 Clayton Utz Intermediate Negotiations Competition, and a grand finalist in the 2016 Ashurst Intermediate Mooting Competition. She also represented UNSW at the QUT National Torts Moot and Baker & McKenzie National Women’s Moot. Her keen interest in mooting led her to co-coordinate the Ashurst Beginners Mooting Competition in 2016, and she now serves on the Law Society Executive as a Mooting Training Director and co-coordinates the Private Law Moot.
Veronica currently works as a tutor while also volunteering as a Bible study leader and at a community legal centre. She has no spare time, but, if she did, she would fill it by continuing to teach herself the ukulele. This is her second year on the Journal.