Lawyer and mediator
Stevenson Hood Thornton Beaubier LLP
Favourite destinationsItaly, Mexico and southern California
Currently readingRereading Girl stop apologizing
Strongest personality traitHardworking
Favourite activitiesSpending time with my family, travelling and attending sporting events.
Kim has practiced with the firm since she completed law school in 2009 and became a Partner in 2019. Kim’s practice commenced primarily in the area of litigation and she has successfully appeared as counsel in all levels of court in Saskatchewan and has also appeared as counsel before the Federal Court of Canada. Over the years, Kim’s practice has focused on civil disputes, including business and employment disputes, estate disputes and family law. While Kim has extensive litigation experience, her focus is to work with clients to explore creative options to achieve long term solutions in a timely and economical way. Kim works with individuals, couples and families in regard to a variety of family law issues. In addition to her court room experience, Kim is a Recognized Family Mediator. Kim has additional training to provide legal coaching, mediation and legal services, both in person or online and can discuss with clients a variety of options to determine a process that is best suit
Why did you decide to go into your profession?
To advocate for others and help solve their problems.
Tell us about your work.
I work with individuals and families as they transition in and out of relationships. I appreciate the emotional element of family law and work to be a strong support system for people as they navigate the legal issues that can arise from entering or exiting a relationship.
How did you come to join your organization?
I have worked at my firm for over 10 years. First as a student, then as an associate and now as a partner.
Who has been the biggest influence on your career?
My clients. They motivate me to always strive to provide the best result.
Name one skill you think every good professional should have.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
Being able to help people.
What's your best advice for a new professional in your field?
Be honest with your clients and yourself about what assistance you can provide.