Kimberly joined Cavalluzzo as an associate in 2023 after articling with the firm. She primarily practises in the areas of Aboriginal law and Indigenous rights as well as Civil law. Kim received her Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2022. While at Osgoode Hall, she participated in the Indigenous Lands, Resources and Governments clinical intensive program under the guidance of Professors Jeffery Hewitt and Andree Boisselle. During the clinical, she participated in a work placement at Cedar and Sage Law where she researched topics such as Indigenous child welfare and Indigenous women and justice. Kim also participated in the Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Law Moot. In her final year of law school, she was elected to serve as Vice Chair of Student Caucus, where she advocated for the needs of law students amidst the uncertainties of returning to campus during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout law school Kim was also actively involved in the Mature Student's Association. At the conclusion of her studies, Kim was the recipient of a Dean’s Gold Key Award and the Wendy Babcock Social Justice Award. Kim remains active in the Osgoode community and was recently a coach for students participating in the Canadian Client Consultation Competition.
Kim entered law school having already had a nearly decade long career in the insurance industry. In 2016, she returned to university to finish her undergraduate degree and pursue her childhood dream of becoming a lawyer. During her undergrad, she studied Political Science and Indigenous Studies and now holds a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction from the University of Victoria.
Kim grew up on Treaty 4 Territory, traditional lands of the Nêhiyawak (Cree), Nahkawé (Saulteaux) and Nakota and homeland of the Métis, Dakota and Lakota. She currently lives and works in Tkaronto, Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit and the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, the Wendat, and the Haudenosaunee, a place governed by the Dish with One Spoon Wampum agreement. She has a strong commitment to maintaining an anti-colonial and anti-racist approach in all of her work.