Sonia Gill-Kahlon has appeared before the British Columbia Provincial Court, and the Supreme Court of British Columbia. She has experience in various areas of driving law, including late disputes, driving prohibitions, interlock ignition program reconsiderations, and traffic tickets. Sonia also has experience conducting judicial reviews and stay applications for driving offences. Sonia hopes to develop her practice in driving law, administrative law, family law, and human rights law, while serving clients in her community.
Before attending law school, Sonia worked in the mental health field on the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver with women suffering from severe addiction issues. She also worked for Chilliwack Community Services, supporting adults and at-risk youth suffering from mental illnesses.
Sonia has also volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, which experience included building a home for a family in need in Costa Rica. She also volunteered with the Fraser Health Crisis Line, which work included suicide prevention work. She now volunteers with the Canucks Autism network, coaching soccer for children with Autism.
Sonia grew up in Abbotsford, B.C. with her family. She is committed to serving our community here in the Fraser Valley.
In her spare time, Sonia likes to stay active; she hikes, practices yoga, runs and attends fitness classes. She also loves to cook, and read fiction.
Sonia is fluent in English and Punjabi.