After working for
several years as a junior litigator with a national firm, Kim Knapp has
joined the firm to provide legal research and analysis of complex legal
issues. As counsel, she appeared in a wide range of matters before the
British Columbia Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme
Court of Canada. Her broad litigation experience provides a strong
foundation for practical advice and analytical and drafting assistance
in commercial arbitration and litigation matters.
Before commencing her practice, Kim was a judicial law clerk with the British Columbia Supreme Court. She has published in the areas of vicarious liability and securities regulation.
B.Sc., University of British Columbia, 1991
LL.B., University of British Columbia, 1999
British Columbia Supreme Court, 1999-2000
British Columbia, 2000
"BC Securities Act Amendments Increase Litigation Exposure for Issuers, Directors and Officers" (with J. Brent MacLean), Commercial Litigation Review, LexisNexis, October 2008, Volume 6, Number 3, at page 1.
"The KLB Trilogy: A Second Look at No-Fault Liability", co-authored with John J.L. Hunter, Q.C, for the conference on "Sexual Tort Claims" presented by the Continuing Legal Education Society, January 9, 2004, Vancouver, B.C.; and published in The Advocate, Vol. 62, Part 4, July, 2004, at page 511.