Kristin began at Blois Nickerson & Bryson in June 2014 as an articled clerk and continued as an associate upon admission to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2015. Focusing in the areas of residential and commercial real estate, wills and estates, and corporate law, Kristin offers a hands-on approach to ensure clients are informed at every stage of their matter or transaction.
Born in Halifax, Kristin graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in Finance at Saint Mary’s University in 2009 and continued on to study law at Dalhousie University. While at Dal, Kristin volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada providing community workshops through Spencer House Seniors’ Centre on topics such as senior abuse, estate planning, and personal directives, as well as South House Sexual & Gender Resource Centre on family law topics and reproductive rights.
With a passion for travel, Kristin spent a term of law school in Australia where she explored a different perspective on the study and practice of law. Kristin is also an active member of Fusion which is a non-profit organization in Halifax that inspires young professionals to create a vibrant city to live and work in – something she views as essential to Halifax’s growth and success.
- St. Mary’s University: B. Comm., 2009
- Dalhousie University: LL.B., 2014
- Canadian Bar Association
- Nova Scotia Barristers Society
- Real Estate
- Wills, Estates and Trusts