Kennedy, preferably known as Keni, joined DBB as an associate in August 2022 after relocating to Alberta. She focuses predominantly on family law.
Kennedy, preferably known as Keni, joined DBB Law as an associate in August 2022 after relocating to Alberta. She focuses predominantly on family law.
Prior to joining DBB Law, Keni clerked at the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan for one year and was called to the bar in Saskatchewan in June 2022. She was then called to the bar in Alberta in October 2022.
Keni completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Saskatchewan in 2021. While completing her J.D., she served as a Managing Editor of the Saskatchewan Law Review, as a Research Assistant to Professor Wanda Wiegers where she analyzed the impact of domestic violence in custody cases, and as a Teaching Assistant for the Legal Research and Writing Course in the College of Law.
In her spare time, Keni enjoys attending spin classes, indulging her coffee addiction, and exploring the prairie provinces with her cat, Newton.
Mandatory Family Alternative Dispute Resolution in Alberta
Keni is experienced in family law alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and can help parties fulfil the court-mandated requirement to participate in an ADR process before their matter can be brought before the Court.
As a skilled ADR practitioner, Keni understands the impact parenting conflict and family violence can have on children and their development. As a result, she can also assist parties to meet the court-required ADR which must be completed before their family matter may proceed to Court.