Kelsey is an Associate on our Family Law team. Kelsey first realized her legal calling at the critical age of nine when she first volunteered as a Peer Mediator at Harrietsfield Elementary. She quickly learned that she enjoys listening to others, problem solving, and developing creative solutions.
Kelsey brings to her practice her experience working with business owners. During her Commerce degree at Saint Mary's University, Kelsey worked at the Sobey School Business Development Centre (now the Saint Mary's University Entrepreneurship Centre) with small and medium size businesses on topics ranging from developing business plans to creating financial statements. She took her love of helping others and also during her time at Saint Mary's created a business fundamentals curriculum for women serving time at the federal prison, Nova Institute for Women, in Truro, Nova Scotia.
When she's not working, Kelsey enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with friends, family, and the dogs in her life.
Bill 205 passed royal assent on March 16th. Although the Act is not yet in force, the changes led to some much-needed updates to Saskatchewan’s Children’s Law Act and fertility law.Read full article