Grace is a civil litigator with a practice focused on insurance, commercial litigation and construction. She takes a well-researched and pragmatic approach to resolving property damage, product liability, professional liability, environmental liability and subrogation claims. In addition to her litigation practice, Grace is well-versed in current issues facing Canada’s cannabis industry.
Grace was called to the Alberta Bar in 2018 and has already established herself as a strong advocate for her clients in court. She has appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta and has a proven track record of success. Notably, she has had numerous successful applications for summary judgment at both levels of court.
A creative solutionist, Grace recognizes that the answers to complex problems are often found outside the manual. She reassesses matters as they evolve and approaches issues from different perspectives to find new opportunities for dispute resolution. She emphasizes the importance of tailoring strategies unique to each dispute and client. Clients can count on Grace to deliver timely recommendations and her dedication to preparation ensures that their positions are well represented.
Before joining Scott Venturo Rudakoff LLP as an articling student in 2017, Grace studied psychology and criminology at the University of Toronto earning a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in 2014. She completed her law degree at Thompson Rivers University in 2017. Outside of the office, Grace can be found skiing, enjoying spin or spending time in the beautiful Rockies with her family and friends. Originally from South Korea, Grace is fluent in Korean.
- Bachelor of Science (Honours with Distinction), University of Toronto, 2014
- Juris Doctor, Thompson Rivers University, 2017
- Called to the Alberta Bar, 2018
- Calgary Bar Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers
- Volunteer, Calgary Legal Guidance
- Volunteer, The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth
- The Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench Reinstitutes Mandatory Dispute Resolution for Civil Actions