MINA KHAN, joined Black Gropper after having previously worked in civil litigation. She has appeared before administrative tribunals, the Provincial Court of British Columbia and the Supreme Court of British Columbia. She represents employees with a client-centered approach and works diligently to accomplish client goals. Mina has experience in mediation and alternative dispute resolution. She is particularly passionate about labour and workplace law employment, and human rights issues.
Mina obtained an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and a law degree from Peter A. Allard School of Law. While in law school, she was an active clinician of the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program. In this capacity, she represented employees at the BC Human Rights Tribunal. While completing her undergraduate degree and juris doctor degree, Mina worked part-time as a Research Assistant at the Sauder School of Business in the Behavior Marketing Science Division.
Mina is Co-Chair of the Canadian Muslim Lawyers Association BC, where she supports legal professionals from diverse backgrounds and facilitates public legal education initiatives. She is proficient in Urdu, Hindi, and Punjabi. Mina is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the South Asian Bar Association.
In her leisure time, Mina enjoys painting, writing and mixed martial arts.