B.A. (Hons), J.D., Managing Partner
phone: (416) 533-0040 ext 241
Kim initially articled with bakerlaw, then worked as an associate and now she is our newly appointed Managing Partner! Kim works remotely but remains 100% committed to the bakerlaw team and our clients!
Kim attended Western Law where she enjoyed learning about human rights and international law issues. She participated in an internship at Canada’s Permanent Mission to the UN in Geneva, Switzerland. She also was part of the Jessup International Law Moot Team. As the researcher for the team, she helped the team to win the “Best Overall Memorials” prize for the national competition. Now at bakerlaw, Kim explores the challenges associated with improving and advancing human rights in Canada.
Kim has represented clients at the Human Rights Tribunal, Divisional Court and the Social Benefits Tribunal. Kim has also prepared submissions for all levels of court. Kim is often busy getting lost in the research relating to some of our biggest test cases. She has acted on several education accommodation cases, some sexual harassment cases and plenty of disability accommodation files. Her new focus is on Charter and test case litigation. If it’s a complicated case where the law can be advanced, she’s into it!
Kim is passionate about the work we do and is committed to achieving the best outcome for our clients. She does venture away from her computer occasionally and during that time, she enjoys her spending time with her family, baking and exploring the great outdoors.
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