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Shelley Ball

Shelley Ball

Surrey, British Columbia

Shelley is a litigation associate, practicing primarily in insurance defence and general litigation. Prior to joining the firm in 2014 to complete articles, Shelley was an identification analyst with the British Columbia Coroners Service, in the unique field of human remains identification and presumed death investigation. Following her time with the Coroners Service, she spent several years leading systemic investigations of child deaths and critical injuries with the independent provincial office of British Columbia’s Representative for Children and Youth.

In addition to her work with the Representative’s Office, and throughout law school at Robson Hall, University of Manitoba, Shelley was a member of a law school admissions committee. She was also involved with Manitoba’s provincial Inquiry into the Circumstances of the Death of Phoenix Sinclair as a research analyst and was a contributor to a pro-bono class action claim involving Canada’s military veterans.

Shelley’s education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology, (First Class Honours) from Simon Fraser University (2007) and Juris Doctor from the University of Manitoba (2014).

Outside of work Shelley enjoys travelling, cooking and triathlons.

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