Jacqueline R. Reed

Biography

Jacqueline is from the community of Vanderhoof which sits in the heart of British Columbia. She attended the University of Northern British Columbia and graduated in 2004 with her Bachelor’s of Art. Jacqueline was accepted and attended the University of Saskatchewan and graduated with her Juris Doctor in Law in 2008.

Jacqueline completed her articles in Smither’s, BC under the direction of a reputable sole practitioner. It is during this time that Jacqueline developed her passion for family law.

Jacqueline was called to the Bar of British Columbia in October 2011. She began her career as a Crown Prosecutor with the Attorney General of BC (‘AG’). In that position, she was exposed to a variety of legal issues that developed her as counsel, specifically with her ability to conduct trials on behalf of the AG.

Jacqueline took this experience and applied it to her own law practice which she opened in Vanderhoof in 2013. She routinely travels the northern court circuit serving clients from the areas of Vanderhoof, Burns Lake, Mackenzie and Fort St. James. Her practice reflects principles common to the Northern spirit and it is with pride and passion that she serves the North.