Kate Southwell maintains a broad corporate/commercial litigation practice in which she provides pragmatic and goal-oriented advice to clients involved in a range of matters, including:

  • commercial and contractual disputes;
  • disputes relating to construction and infrastructure projects;
  • fraud and asset recovery; and
  • disputes in which injunctive relief is sought or opposed.

Kate has appeared at many levels of court and recently appeared at the Supreme Court of Canada, where she represented the Canadian Civil Liberties Association in a case involving the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Kate summered and articled at the firm and joined as an associate in 2013.

Prior to her career in law, Kate performed as a classically trained actor.