Nim is an associate at Roper Greyell, practicing in all areas of workplace law with a focus on contractual disputes, workplace policy development, and litigation.
Nim has experience running a general commercial litigation practice in multiple practice areas, including construction, regulatory, and employment matters. Nim has represented clients in both the Provincial and Supreme Court of British Columbia, where clients rely on her strong written and oral advocacy and litigation skills to ensure a positive outcome. Nim leverages her strong writing and public speaking skills through authoring articles on different areas of the law and participating as a panelist in various webinars on topical legal issues.
In her legal career, Nim has enjoyed working in a variety of roles, both as a lawyer at a large national firm and most recently as in-house counsel for a large, not-for-profit community insurance organization. Nim looks forward to transferring the skills and experience from these roles into her workplace law practice at Roper Greyell.
Prior to law school, Nim volunteered with the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program at the University of British Columbia, where she assisted low-income clients in the areas of employment, residential tenancy, immigration, and criminal matters; and also authored a research paper on relevant immigration issues. Nim actively volunteers as a mentor with both the YWCA and South Asian Law Students’ Association (SALSA).
When Nim is not in the office, she can be found outdoors, either hiking or playing soccer. She also enjoys cooking and planning her next vacation destination.
B.A. (with distinction), Simon Fraser University
J.D. (cum laude), University of Windsor and University of Detroit dual degree
Year of call
British Columbia, 2018
Membership / Affiliations
Canadian Bar Association
Vancouver Bar Association
South Asian Bar Association (SABA)
Women In Law Group (WIL)