Bar Admission

  • 2012 Admitted to the British Columbia Bar

Kathryn McGoldrick is the firm’s Advanced Research Lawyer. Having previously practised for five years in our Transportation and Insurance practice groups, she draws on her litigation experience and broad-based knowledge of the law and procedure to assist our lawyers with complex research issues, as well as the crafting of argument, drafting of pleadings, and preparation of opinions.

Kathryn is also a member of the firm’s Appellate Advisory practice. She assists with all aspects of appellate practice and procedure, including strategic support and drafting of factums. She regularly appears in the Court of Appeal as co-counsel.

Prior to joining the firm, Kathryn worked as a judicial law clerk at the British Columbia Court of Appeal.

On A Personal Note...

In her spare time, Kathryn enjoys tennis, volleyball and dance.


Delta Air Lines Inc. v. Lukacs: Supreme Court weighs in on Canadian Transportation Agency’s application of civil courts’ tests of standing

Ontario Court of Appeal confirms that US General Aviation Revitalization Act of 1994 does not apply to claims filed in Canadian courts

Passenger claims in international air travel: How far does the Montreal Convention reach?

New drone regulations expected from Transport Canada in 2016

Supreme Court of Canada dismisses appeal of pilot in discrimination action against Bombardier

Expanded “no-fly” list coming as part of Bill C-51

Court grants injunction against airport protests

Canadian Transportation Agency rules that passengers cannot take advantage of mistake fares

Supreme Court to Hear Appeal regarding Alleged Discrimination by Bombardier against Pakistani-Canadian Pilot

Do protesters have the right to demonstrate in Canadian airports?

Conflicting Court Decisions on Airline Baggage Loss Claims

Professional & Community Affiliations


Practice Areas:

  • Business
  • Personal
  • Insurance