Kelby Loeppky

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Kelby Loeppky

Kelby Loeppky Associate

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Education
ADMITTED TO THE BAR:
  • Osgoode Hall Law School (JD, 2019)
  • University of Winnipeg (BA, 2016)

Kelby practices in the Advocacy, Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Labour & Employment departments, with a focus on human rights and workplace safety and health matters. She obtained her Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2019, graduating in the top 3% of her class, after obtaining a Bachelor of Arts (Human Rights and Conflict Resolution) from the University of Winnipeg, where she received the Gold Medal.

Kelby has experience with small claims, residential tenancy, and labour board hearings. She has also assisted with a number of matters before the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Appeal, Federal Court and Tax Court of Canada. Kelby is well-versed in workplace discrimination and harassment investigations, and the administrative human rights process in Manitoba.

Memberships

  • Member of Manitoba Bar Association
  • Member of Canadian Bar Association
  • Member of Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF)
  • Member of the Advocates’ Society
  • Law Society of Manitoba
  • Taylor McCaffrey is the exclusive Manitoba member of the Employment Law Alliance, the world’s largest and leading management side network of labour and employment lawyers with selected members literally worldwide
  • Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE) – the leading management-side labour and employment lawyers organization in Canada

 

Volunteer & Community Involvement

  • Housing Division Caseworker, Parkdale Community Legal Services, 2018
  • Senior Editor, Journal of Law and Social Policy, 2017–2018
  • Upper Year Law School Mentor, 2017–2019
  • Administrative Law Division Caseworker, Community & Legal Aid Services Programme, 2016
  • Community Advocacy Intern, Public Interest Law Centre, 2015–2016
  • Status of Women Director, University of Winnipeg Students’ Association, 2014–2016
  • Institution Volunteer, Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba, 2014
  • Youth Mentor, Newcomers Employment and Education Development Services Inc., 2012–2013

Recognitions

  • The Honourable William G.C. Howland Award of Excellence, 2016–2019
  • Cumulative academic standing within top 3% of Osgoode Hall Class of 2019
  • WeirFoulds LLP Prize in Administrative Law (2019)
  • Jean-Alexandre De Bousquet Award for the Advancement of Human Rights, 2016
  • University of Winnipeg Chancellor’s Gold Medal for the Highest Standing in Arts (4-year), 2016
  • Deans Honour List – Student of Highest Distinction, 2014–2016
  • Walter Leatherdale Major Entrance Scholarship, 2012–2016
  • Terry Fox Humanitarian Award, 2012–2016
  • YWCA Woman of Distinction, Prairie Award of Promise, 2012
  • Miller Thomson Foundation National Scholarship, 2012

Articles and Resources by Kelby Loeppky

Resources by Kelby Loeppky
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What is a reasonable offer to settle under s. 37.1(2) of the Manitoba Human Rights Code?

2021 | 01 | 25

After a complainant files a human rights complaint with the Manitoba Human Rights Commission ("Commission"), the respondent may file a reply. The Commission may attempt to resolve the complaint through mediation or other means at any time.