Katelyn Rattray grew up in Squamish, enjoying the endless outdoor opportunities Sea-to-Sky Country has to offer. She left to attend the University of Victoria, where she received a B.A. (Honours) With Distinction in Political Science.
Following graduation, Katelyn took one year off to work in Victoria’s tech industry. Seeking a new adventure, she moved to Saskatoon to begin her law degree at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law. During the completion of her law degree, Katelyn became a founding member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Club, served as a co-managing editor of Caveat Lector, volunteered for (and later co-coordinated) the Family Legal Assistance Clinic, and competed in the 2015 Laskin Memorial Moot in Montreal. Katelyn gained useful experience in a variety of legal areas while working as the Community Outreach Coordinator for the Saskatoon Council on Aging and as a research assistant for the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law.
Katelyn joined Race & Company in 2015 as an articling student and joined the firm as an associate upon her call to the bar. Katelyn is thrilled to return to her hometown and maintains a general practice. In her spare time, Katelyn enjoys snowboarding, hiking, kayaking, camping, and karaoke.
Katelyn recently co-authored an article with John Kleefeld on law student contributions to Wikipedia in the February 2016 issue of the Journal of Legal Education (http://jle.aals.org/home/vol65/iss3/6/).