Katrina is associate counsel at Ethos Law Group LLP. She is passionate about the practice of law and is a committed advocate for the rights and interest of her clients. Katrina’s litigation practice is focused in the following areas:
Labour and Employment Law: Katrina is a strong advocate for employees and unions on employment, labour and human rights issues.
Administrative Law: Katrina has extensive experience representing clients on a range of administrative law matters, including public inquiries, residential tenancy hearings, parole board hearings and mental health review boards.
Criminal Law: Katrina provides representation on a range of criminal law matters.
Constitutional and Public Interest Litigation: Katrina has worked on a range of high profile public interest cases, and has appeared before all levels of court on constitutional and public interest matters.
After receiving a Master of Arts in Gender Studies and a law degree from the University of British Columbia, Katrina was called to the bar in British Columbia in 2005. Katrina has worked on a range of high profile public interest cases, including her current role as counsel for sex workers who have initiated a constitutional challenge to the criminal laws relating to adult prostitution (Downtown Eastside Sex Workers United Against Violence Society and Kiselbach v. Her Majesty the Queen).
Katrina is also the litigation director at Pivot Legal Society where she oversees all of Pivot’s public interest litigation.
Katrina has received a number of awards and accolades for her social justice work, including a YWCA Woman of Distinction Award and recognition as one of BC's heroes and BC's 100 Women of Influence (Vancouver Sun). She was also recognized by the UBC Faculty of Law in 2011 as an outstanding young alumna.
Areas of Practice
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|katrina at ethoslaw dot ca|