Kemily joined Tevlin Gleadle Curtis as an Articled Student and remained at the firm as a lawyer after her call to the Bar.
Before law school, Kemily completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics at the University of British Columbia. While at law school, Kemily volunteered with the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program, and participated in the Legal Education Outreach program for high school students. In her third year, Kemily received the David Neil Hossie, QC Prize in Corporation Law. One of her most memorable experiences at law school was mooting in the 2015 National Bowman Tax Moot, and making it to the semi-finals.
At the firm, Kemily takes part in complex civil litigation, employment law, human rights, and employment standards matters and takes pride in helping clients reach their goals. She has appeared in court in British Columbia and Saskatchewan.