Zoe provides legal advice in the areas of civil litigation and dispute resolution, employment, human rights, and workplace investigations. She is passionate about workplace integrity and strives to educate her clients on practices which reduce workplace conflict.
Her practice is guided by fairness, practicability, and robust advocacy. She is focused on providing transparent advice to her clients and is experienced in handling the most sensitive client issues in a respectful and attentive manner.
Importantly, Zoe strives to tailor her services in a cost-effective manner for her clients. She routinely assists clients with settling issues before they proceed to trial by negotiating favourable settlements.
Zoe was called to the British Columbia Bar after graduating from the University of British Columbia’s Allard Hall in 2016. She received a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree (Major in Criminal Justice & Public Policy, Major in Political Science) from University of Guelph in Ontario.
Zoe has appeared at several levels of court in British Columbia, including BC Provincial Court (Small Claims), and BC Supreme Court. She has also appeared at several administrative tribunals including the BC Human Rights Tribunal, and the Immigration Refugee Board.
She is fluent in Dari (Farsi) and enjoys classical Persian and Afghan music in her spare time.