Kristine Alba
LEGAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - VANCOUVER

" I provide legal administrative support to the lawyers in our downtown Vancouver office.

I assist in file management, drafting court documents, correspondence, pleadings, and court applications and scheduling.

I am from a small town in northern B.C and moved to Vancouver in the summer of 2014. After years of working in an administration role in a real estate company, I decided to pursue a career in the legal field. I attended Vancouver College in the Fall of 2020 to obtain my Certificate to be a Legal Administrative Assistant.

Outside of work, I enjoy being active in the beautiful coastal outdoors that the lower mainland offers!

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