Katelyn Ellins maintains a general civil litigation practice with a focus on commercial litigation.

Katelyn provides strategic advice to corporate and individual clients on a wide range of commercial law matters. She has experience in disputes concerning fraud and misrepresentation in public disclosure, proxy contests and contested transactions. Katelyn represents both public and private clients on a variety of transactional and corporate governance matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Katelyn worked at a boutique corporate and securities law firm that specializes in providing legal and strategic advice to undervalued and underperforming Canadian public and private companies.

During law school, Katelyn was the Internal Director of Dalhousie’s Student Advocacy Service and won several awards, including the Robert E. Bamford Memorial Prize awarded to the graduating student who best combines academic excellence with a commitment to the law school community and the Alistair Fraser Award in Commercial Law.