Getting testimonials from clients was one option.  We decided to go a different way.  Here is what our opponents had to say:

  • “She acted against us in one dispute.  The next dispute we had we wanted her on our side.”
    – Business person, Contract dispute
  • “‘I had the opportunity to be on the other side of an insurance claim with Praveen. Praveen was aggressive in her position and fought for her client all the way, yet she was so kind and fair to deal with. I knew that once the claim settled between our respective clients that I would refer Praveen to anyone I knew who may need a lawyer.”
    – Claims Manager, Insurance Industry


  • Member of the Bar of British Columbia (2004 – present)
  • Member of the Canadian Bar Association (current)
  • Member of the Vancouver Bar Association (current)
  • Member of the Law Courts Inn (current)

Publications & Articles

“Crossing the Line: Courts apply Neil while the law society considers an exception,” an article concerning conflict of interest rules that apply to lawyers, in conjunction with K. Jakeman and B. Baynham of Harper Grey LLP (2004)

“Butterflies: Corporate Reorganizations under section 55 of the Canada Income Tax Act,” written for Thorsteinssons LLP as part of course materials for corporate tax course at the University of British Columbia (2001).