Shayla Klein maintains a broad civil and commercial litigation practice with a focus in labour/employment and health law. Shayla is also experienced assisting clients with family law matters, as well as the preparation of wills and estate documents. She has appeared in front of Small Claims Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench. Whether representing clients in disputes or acting in an advisory capacity, Shayla implements a pragmatic, results-driven approach to achieve client objectives.
Shayla obtained her Juris Doctor and Bachelor degrees from the University of Calgary. Throughout her time at law school, Shayla participated in and lead numerous volunteer and pro-bono initiatives. Prior to starting her legal career with Miller Thomson, Shayla worked for a large non-profit in Calgary as a Regional Centre Manager overseeing three large-scale aquatic and recreation facilities.
Outside of work Shayla is a travel addict, board game lover and outdoor enthusiast. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, camping and downhill skiing. Shayla loves sports and played infield for the University of Calgary Dinos’ Fastpitch team during her undergrad. She is now an active member of the Regina Ladies Softball league, winning Division 1 Fastpitch in 2022.
Shayla looks forward to assisting you with your legal matters!
- Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, 2021 – Present
- Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan, 2021 – Present
- Lifesaving Society Drowning Prevention Ambassador and First Aid Educator, 2011 – Present
- University of Calgary Health Law Association, 2018 – 2021
- Student Legal Assistance, 2018 – 2020
- Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan, 2021 – Present
- Member, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, 2021 – Present
- Member, Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, 2021 – Present
- Member, Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan, 2021 – Present
- Member, Canadian Bar Association, 2018 – Present
Bar admissions & education
- Saskatchewan Bar, 2022
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Calgary, 2017
- Juris Doctor, University of Calgary, 2021