Kate Fairbrother is a senior associate in the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais and a member of the Environmental, Municipal, Expropriation and Regulatory group.
Kate provides strategic advice and representation to municipalities, public agencies and private landowners on a variety of land-related matters, including land use planning, expropriations and environmental law. She also advises on other municipal law issues including municipal finance, by-law interpretation and enforcement, governance and licensing.
Prior to joining BLG, Kate practiced at a law firm specializing in land use planning law and civil litigation. In 2013-2014, she clerked for Justices Weiler, Laskin, MacPherson and Benotto at the Court of Appeal for Ontario, where she worked on a wide variety of civil, commercial, administrative and criminal law appeals. Kate also summered with the Legal Services Branch of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and in the Toronto office of a prominent international law firm.