Kaitlynd Hiller

Étudiant 2019, Stagiaire 2021 - 2022 | Edmonton

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Kaitlynd returns to Miller Thomson as an Articling Student after completing a summer placement with the firm in 2019 and having clerked at the Court of Queen’s Bench to the Honorable Justice Grant Dunlop.

Kaitlynd obtained her Juris Doctor with Distinction from the University of Alberta in 2021 after achieving Dean’s List standing in all three academic years. During her time at the Faculty of Law, Kaitlynd served on the editing committee of the Alberta Law Review, volunteered with Student Legal Services and Edmonton Community Legal Centre, and acted as news editor for the Canons of Construction newsletter. She also successfully competed in the Alberta Court of Appeal Moot and the Bennett Jones Health Law Moot, where she was awarded top oralist.

Prior to attending law school, Kaitlynd completed a Masters in Bioethics from Columbia University in the City of New York. She also holds an undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences and Philosophy from the University of Alberta, during which she spent a semester abroad at the National University of Singapore.

Kaitlynd is an avid cyclist, ambitious amateur baker, and long-standing member of the Edmonton choral community.

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The British Columbia Court of Appeal recently dealt with whether a promise to transfer property created an express trust in Virk v. Singh, 2022 BCCA 153. Background Mr. and Mrs. Virk married in India in 1977, where they met Mr....

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