Kendra Shupe joined Mandell Pinder as an articling student in 2016 and as an associate in 2017. Kendra is developing a practice grounded in her commitment to work collaboratively with Indigenous communities toward concrete solutions focused on the meaningful recognition and protection of rights. Her practice includes research and advocacy on rights and title litigation, regulatory processes, consultation and accommodation, fiduciary law, specific claims and commercial transactions.
Prior to coming to Mandell Pinder, Kendra clerked at the British Columbia Supreme Court. During law school, Kendra worked for faculty members and the Poverty & Human Rights Centre and was the recipient of a number of academic awards. She has also used her legal training in volunteer positions with West Coast LEAF and West Coast Domestic Workers Association.
Outside of her work at Mandell Pinder, Kendra is a prolific knitter and has recently begun spinning and dying wool. She also enjoys camping, curling and photography.
Judicial Law Clerk, B.C. Supreme Court 2015-2016
J.D., University of British Columbia, 2014
B.A.(Hon.), Lewis and Clark College, 2006
Professional Standing & Affiliations
Member, Law Society of British Columbia
Member, Law Society of Alberta
Member, Canadian Bar Association