Kimberly maintains a civil litigation practice, primarily in the area of construction disputes, in addition to advising on labour and employment matters.
Kimberly acts for clients on a range of construction matters including builders liens, productivity and delay claims, and contractual interpretation issues.
Kimberly also advises clients on workplace disputes, discrimination and accommodation, wrongful and constructive dismissals, breaches of contracts, and professional discipline. Kimberly has experience drafting and reviewing employment contracts, employee handbooks, policies, termination letters and other employment related documentation.
Her clients include large corporations and public institutions, as well as small businesses.
In the course of her litigation practice, Kimberly has appeared in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Saskatchewan Court of King's Bench and the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.
Kimberly joined BLG as an associate after summering and articling with the firm. During law school, Kimberly promoted diversity and inclusion while serving as co-chair of the Student Articling Committee, Vice President, Academic of the Law Students Association, and as a member of the Law Faculty Recruitment and Advisory Selection Committees. Kimberly and her team represented the University of Alberta at the Wilson Moot 2018, winning first place overall.