Parveen is an associate in our litigation group. She enjoys working with clients to achieve practical and timely solutions to a variety of legal problems.
Parveen obtained her Bachelor of Commerce degree, with honours, from UBC’s Sauder School of Business. She then went on to law school and graduated from UBC Law in 2013. During her undergraduate and law school days, Parveen achieved numerous scholarships and awards. These include becoming part of the Golden Key International Honour Society, and earning the MacNeil Entrance Scholarship and Law Foundation Award.
After obtaining her law degree, Parveen joined Pushor Mitchell as an articling student and then went on to complete a clerkship. She is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Kelowna Bar Association and Trial Lawyers Association of BC.
Parveen has always been passionate about giving back to the community. While in law school, she volunteered at the student law clinic and Pro Bono Students Canada. Recently, Parveen volunteered with Dress for Success, where she had the opportunity to be a personal stylist for women entering or returning to the work force, as well as coordinate events directed at building self-esteem and life skills. Parveen is now a Tutor with Kelowna’s Project Literacy and volunteers her legal skills with the Pro Bono Society of BC.
Parveen is proud of her Punjabi heritage and maintains close ties to her culture. In the past, Parveen was the captain of the UBC Giddah team (Punjabi dance). She is often called on to provide legal services in Punjabi.
In her spare time, Parveen enjoys travelling, reading, spending time with her family and Parveen has recently taken up cycling with her husband.