Jotika Kaler

"All advocacy is, at its core, an exercise in empathy.

My practice covers a wide aspect of employment and human rights law with an emphasis on wrongful dismissal, workplace harassment and discrimination, and advising on employment contracts.

Prior to joining HHBG lawyers, I had a general litigation practice that included employment, personal injury, and construction law. I also have experience in corporate commercial matters including reviewing and drafting contracts and license agreements.

I am born and raised in Calgary, and attended law school at the University of Alberta. After being called to the Alberta bar in 2018, I practiced in Calgary at a mid-size full service firm. I was called to the bar in British Columbia in 2021 after relocating to Surrey.

Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family while exploring my new home province. In my spare time, I love to read and watch movies and television series.


* Please note that Jotika Kaler is on leave of absence and is currently a non-practising lawyer.

Do you have a legal problem?


Contact HHBG Employment Lawyers before you make any decisions about your rights at work




Try Our Online Legal Service

Does the thought of spending time in a lawyer’s office give you the heebie-jeebies? Hey, we get it - it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. With our online legal service you can get advice and manage most or all of your matter online from the comfort of your own home.

From the Blog
Support During COVID-19

Employee Rights During COVID These are some of the stories our lawyers have heard since the outbreak of COVID-19: Do I have to accept my employer’s decision to cut my salary by 25%? My emplo…

Learn what mitigation means when you get fired

If you have just been fired, you might have heard the word “mitigation” used by your company, or from a lawyer. It’s an important concept to understand in order to protect your rights. Here’s …

Six Answers you Need About Severance Today (Before you get Fired)

Companies fire employees every day. Most people never expect to be fired.  Most people are not ready for the emotional and financial costs of a surprise dismissal. Here are six answers employees s…