I listen intently to my clients’ unique situations, as it enables me to craft tailored solutions that work. In particular, for clients that have children, I pay close attention to what’s in the best interest of the children, ensuring their rights and well-being are well looked after.
Born and raised in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Kelly would go on the earn her bachelor’s degree from the University of Victoria, majoring in political sciences with a diploma in French.
Following her undergraduate studies, she moved to Australia to pursue her Juris Doctor where she graduated from Bond University with Class 1 Distinction and a specialization in Canadian law. She also interned with the Domestic Violence Court in Queensland.
From there she returned back home, getting called to the British Columbia Bar in 2022.
Living abroad has frequently pushed Kelly out of her comfort zone and taught her to consider various perspectives in creating a solution. She is passionate about marginalized populations and children’s rights, most notably working with the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre in Vancouver. This passion has enabled her to gain a broad knowledge of community resources, government agencies, provincial ministries, and social justice issues.
Kelly loves to spend her free time with her family and dogs, usually anywhere near the water.