Ms. Small is a Partner at Holness and Small Law Group. With over 16 years of experience with ICBC claims and all types of personal injury claims, she has dedicated her career to representing the injured.
Ms. Small obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law Political Science from Washington State University and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining Holness and Small Law Group, she completed her articles at a prominent medical malpractice law firm followed by practicing as an associate for several years at one of the province’s leading insurance law firms where she represented ICBC and other private insurance companies in defending against personal injury claims. Through her past experience as defence counsel, she gained extensive knowledge of the strategies and protocols used by insurance companies which has proven to be invaluable to her clients when navigating the legal process.
Ms. Small is a former dual sport collegiate athlete. During her undergraduate degree, she represented Washington State University on the women’s varsity tennis team in the NCAA which competed against a number of the top tennis programs in the country. While attending law school, she represented the University of British Columbia (UBC) on the women’s varsity rugby team. Following law school graduation and her call to the Bar of British Columbia, she continued playing rugby for several years serving as captain of the women’s rugby section at the Meraloma Rugby Club competing in the premier division and representing British Columbia in national competition. The skills she learned and utilized during her extensive involvement in high level competitive athletics such as work ethic, dedication, competitiveness, resilience and the ability to perform under pressure are fundamental to her law practice and the approach she takes when advocating for her clients.
Ms. Small spends her time outside of the office with her partner and their young children (Mattea and Miles), as well as staying active and coaching rugby.