Kim’s practice is primarily in litigation, particularly commercial litigation, general civil disputes and family law. Kim has successfully appeared as counsel in all levels of court in Saskatchewan including Provincial Court, Court of Queen’s Bench, and the Court of Appeal and has also appeared as counsel before the Federal Court of Canada.
In addition to her litigation practice, Kim assists clients in family matters outside of the courtroom, both through prenuptial and/or cohabitation agreements, or resolution of issues arising from separation, including division of property, spousal and child maintenance, parenting, and divorce.
Kim has volunteered within the Saskatoon community with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Pro Bono Saskatchewan, the University of Saskatchewan College of Law and CLASSIC.
National Family Law Conference (2014 & 2016)
Divorce and Taxes Seminar (2014)
Trial Advocacy Workshop (2010)
Admitted to Saskatchewan Bar (2010)
Bachelor of Laws with Distinction, University of Saskatchewan (2009)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) with Distinction, University of Saskatchewan (2006)
Awards & Distinctions:
Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association Prize (2009)
Canadian Bar Association Award of Excellence (2009)
Walter and Hertha Tucker Fellowship (2009)
Derek Burton Memorial Award (2009)
John Beke Prize for Children and the Law (2009)
Memberships and Associations:
Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association