BA (Regina), JD (Saskatchewan)
Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Kerri Priddle studied law at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law, obtaining her Juris Doctor in 2001. She articled at a boutique litigation firm in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland and was called to the B.C. Bar in 2002.
Kerri has extensive trial and appellate experience and has appeared in all levels of Court in British Columbia. Notably, her most reported decision, Perren v. Lalari, 2010 BCCA 140, continues to be B.C.’s foremost authority on the determination of future loss of income earning capacity in tort law. In 2010, Kerri moved her practice to Kamloops where she founded the Priddle Law Group. Her current practice focuses on civil litigation, estate law, employment law, and business law.
Kerri believes in contributing and giving back to the community, both within the legal profession and at large. Kerri is the current Chair of the Royal Inland Hospital Foundation, and regularly contributes to public legal education initiatives through radio appearances and her newspaper column. She also promotes continuing legal education and mentorship amongst students and her peers by participating in various initiatives such as Law Day, Bencher/Courthouse Library Lunch and Learn presentations, and Legal Aid B.C. seminars.
Kerri is co-teaching Ethical Lawyering for TRU Law in 2022-23.