"My primary goal is to help clients with practical legal advice catered toward their expressed needs, and their means.
Although some legal fees and expenses are inevitable, I can help you find an approach to asserting your entitlements in a manner that aligns with your circumstances.
Prior to joining HHBG, my practice focused on defending professionals in disciplinary and regulatory matters, and on complex multi-party corporate commercial litigation, including contractual and shareholder disputes, derivative action claims, and cases involving fraud, creditors’ remedies, trust law, and misfeasance in public office.
I have represented clients before the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Provincial Court, and before administrative tribunals, including the Law Society of British Columbia.
I am thrilled to now be using what I’ve learned in the corporate sphere toward assisting clients in my employment, human rights, and labour law practice.
A graduate of Thompson Rivers University, Faculty of Law, I competed in the BC Law Schools Court of Appeal Moot, was an editor of the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law, a volunteer with Pro Bono Students Canada, the president of the Women in Law Club, and awarded the Dean’s Course Prize in Human Rights Law.
When I’m not in the office, you can find me outside dropping into the Flute Bowl at Whistler, working on my multi-pitch stamina while rock climbing in Squamish, or happily (attempting) surfing.
* Please note that Kaitlin Hardy is on leave of absence and is currently a non-practising lawyer.