William Klym received his law degree from the University of Manitoba in 1973. He has been practicing law in Calgary for over 40 years, having been admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1974. He has appeared at all levels of Court, including the Court of King’s Bench, Federal Court, and Supreme Court of Canada.
He was co-counsel in the seminal Charter case of The Queen v. Big-M Drug Mart and has been plaintiff’s counsel in class actions such as Hobsbawn v. Atco, Allen v. Direct Energy, and Subramaniam v. Westborough Developments.
William’s other notable cases include: Ansell v. TD Bank (breach of trust), Nixon v. RCMP (negligent investigation), Loeppky v. Calgary Police Service, and Windsor v. Canadian Pacific Railway (environmental contamination).