Melody Martin

LL.M, LL.B, M.S.W, B.A.

Melody Martin graduated from Harvard Law School. With over 20 years of experience as a lawyer, she is the founder of Martin Estate and Injury Law. Winner of many academic awards, she earned four university degrees by age 24. She was the first graduate of the University of Toronto’s combined Law and Master’s of Social Work degree program. She is experienced in negotiating settlements and representing clients in court.

Dan Soiseth

LL.B., B.A. (Hons.)

Dan is an experienced senior lawyer who has practiced law in two provinces. He is originally from Saskatchewan where he earned both his undergraduate and law degrees and started his
legal practice. He then moved to Vancouver where for 18 years he practiced primarily human rights and other kinds of administrative law, before joining Martin Estate and Injury law.

Catherine Keri

LL.B., B.A.

Catherine is a senior lawyer with 28 years of experience. She practices civil litigation with Martin Estate and Injury Law, but also has her own separate law practice Keri Law (Catherine Keri LawCorporation) in Vancouver where she acts for both employers and employees in employment law matters, and for employers in labour matters.

Zach Pashley

J.D., B.Sc.

Zach graduated with distinction from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. After law school at the University of British Columbia, Zach practiced business and tax law at large law firms in downtown Vancouver and in the Okanagan.

Leah McKenzie-Brown

Leah practices in the field of ICBC defense litigation with Martin Estate and Injury Law. In addition, she maintains a keen interest in business law. As both a solicitor and litigator, Leah is an effective advocate and strives toward the best possible outcome for her clients, while ensuring they make informed decisions as matters unfold.

Mike Corcoran

J.D., B.A.

Mike is originally from Kelowna. He was awarded a degree in psychology by UBC Okanagan before going to law school at the University of Victoria. Mike gained valuable training while
articling at a boutique family law firm on Vancouver Island, and has now returned home to the Okanagan to practice law.

Darcy Whittaker

J.D., B.A.

Born in B.C. and raised in Kelowna, Darcy received his Bachelor of Arts from UBC-Okanagan before moving to Toronto to attend Osgoode Hall Law School. Darcy completed his articles with a legal aid centre before working for a Toronto-based litigation boutique. Darcy moved back to the Okanagan to be closer to family, and the ski hills.