Katelin Dueck is an associate at Roper Greyell, practicing in all areas of workplace law, including human rights law, administrative law, litigation, and arbitrations. Katelin joined Roper Greyell as a summer student and completed her articles with the firm.
Career highlights for Katelin at Roper Greyell include winning arbitrations and working on human rights cases, witness preparation and submissions; as well as the mentorship from senior members of the firm. Katelin enjoys practicing workplace law with a firm that aligns with the human side of workplace law.
While at TRU Law, Katelin worked as a Teaching Assistant in Fundamental Legal Skills and a Supplemental Learning Leader for both Torts and Constitutional Law classes. She also participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in 2019.
When not in the office, Katelin enjoys musical theatre (Hamilton and Les Misèrables are her favourites) and cheering on the Canucks and the Delta Special Olympics Team.
B.A., University of British Columbia, 2011
J.D., Thompson Rivers University, 2020
Year of call
British Columbia, 2021