ABOUT KIMBERLEY MOHAN
Kimberley was born in Kingston, Ontario and remained there till the age of two before moving to Jamaica where she spent her childhood. Living in Jamaica provided her with an insight into the hardships of third world living and gave her an appreciation for the fortitude of the human spirit and how even in the midst of adversity life can still be embraced and enjoyed.
She completed a B.A. Hons at the University of Alberta and her L.L.B. at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
After completing her undergraduate degree, Kimberley moved to Hong Kong and resided there for several years. She worked as a property agent in Hong Kong leasing properties to expats from a wide array of countries and professions. This line of employment in Hong Kong required a high level of professionalism and standard of care which she brings to her law practice.
Kimberley has been involved in humanitarian projects some of which have included manufacturing windup radios in China which she shipped to remote villages without electricity in Liberia. These radios allowed villagers to access school programs for their children, news broadcasts and emergency notifications. She has also arranged and delivered medical and school supplies to communities in Vietnam, Jamaica and Indonesia. In addition, Kimberley has delivered blankets and toys to children at the annual Nelson Mandela Children’s Day in South Africa.
While studying law, Kimberley completed a family law placement at a firm in Kingston, Ontario; articled in the area of family law in Belleville, Ontario; and volunteered as a legal aid practitioner in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Kimberley is a member of the Ontario Association of Collaborative Professionals, Quinte Collaborative Law Association, Law Society of Ontario, the Estate Agents Authority of Hong Kong and the Canadian Federation of University Women.
Her favourite pastimes are playing the piano and being in or on water, whether it be swimming or canoeing.
ABOUT SUSAN WOOD-BROWN
Susan Wood-Brown is native to the Belleville Community having been born and raised here with her family. She is a graduate from the Legal Assistant Program at Sir Sandford Fleming College in 1992 and the Law Clerk program at the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario in 1996. She completed Fellowship courses with the Institute of Law Clerks in 1998 and participates in continuing legal education programs to remain current in her Law Clerk position.
Susan is presently in her 28th year of working in the legal community. For the past several years her primary focus and specialty has been Family Law. However, she has enjoyed many years clerking in the areas of Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Wills and Estate planning.
Susan enjoys working with and helping others. She is friendly and empathetic. She takes a keen interest in getting to know clients. She is genuinely helpful and knowledgeable, not merely administratively efficient. Susan embraces new challenges and looks forward to assisting clientele in her role as a Law Clerk with Kimberley Mohan Law. Susan particularly enjoys the reward of a successful result and a happy client.
On a personal note, Susan is devoted to and loves her family. She has been married to her husband Steve for 20 years both a milestone and challenge in today’s age. She has two incredible and charming teenage boys both of whom keep her busy and challenge her parenting regularly. Susan has two loveable dogs Cali and George. She enjoys baking, relaxing with a glass of wine, movies and quality time with friends. She is an outdoor enthusiast and particularly enjoys hiking, canoeing and kayaking.