Gale Kim is an associate with experience in civil and commercial litigation, insurance defence, and employment law. Before joining Mackoff Mohamed, Gale practiced employment and labour relations law at a national law firm, dealing with management-side employment and labour, wrongful dismissal, and human rights issues. Gale advises clients on employment contracts and drafting, as well as employee terminations and workplace policies. Before moving to British Columbia, Gale was a judicial law clerk at the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta in Edmonton.
Gale has appeared in proceedings before the Supreme Court of British Columbia, British Columbia Court of Appeal, Employment Standards Branch, Labour Relations Board, Human Rights Tribunal, and various alternative dispute resolution proceedings including arbitration and mediation.
Gale is a member of the Canadian Bar Association (British Columbia branch), Vancouver Bar Association, and CBA Women Lawyers Forum. She has volunteered at Access Pro Bono events such as Pro Bono Going Public and the Summary Legal Advice Program in Vancouver.
Gale holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from New York University, Master of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts, and Juris Doctor from University of Alberta.
Areas of Practice: Civil litigation, commercial litigation, insurance defence, employment, and labour relations.