Kimberley Holland

Team Member Profile

Kimberley Holland is an associate lawyer in our Calgary, Alberta office focusing on employment law, labour law, and human rights law.  In her practice, she represents both employees and employers and advises on termination packages, wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, just cause termination, sexual harassment, workplace discrimination, workplace changes, breach of fiduciary duties and duties of confidentiality, breach of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, Canada Labour Code complaints, workplace policies, and contract reviews and negotiations.

Kimberley practiced employment law and general civil litigation at a mid-size firm in Calgary for over 5 years, and then worked for a national employment law firm.  In 2021, Kimberly joined the Bow River Law LLP team to specialize in Alberta employment law.  Kimberley has appeared before the Alberta Employment Standards Tribunal, the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, the Provincial Court of British Columbia, British Columbia Superior Court, the Alberta Human Rights Commission, and the Canada Industrial Relations Board. Kimberley has extensive trial and appeal experience.

Kimberley was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba and earned a Red Seal trades designation which allowed her to work in Manitoba, Alberta, and British Columbia while completing her undergraduate and law school degrees. She has worked in many industry sectors including oil and gas, trades, non-profit, tourism, and business management. In the courtroom and office, Kimberley provides assertive, practical, compassionate, and effective legal representation for her clients.

Outside of the office, Kimberley enjoys exploring the mountains with her family, walking her dogs along the Glenmore reservoir and Sandy Beach, travelling, and supporting Calgary’s stand-up comedy community.

Education:

  • Juris Doctor, University of Calgary (2015)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Honours (English and Religious Studies), Brandon University (2007)

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