416.365.1600 ext. 2002
As a law clerk at Polley Faith, Nykhol manages the firm’s document collection and production processes, ensures trial readiness, and coordinates major projects. Her creative, solution-focused approach ensures clients are served no matter what the challenge is. Nykhol has experience on all types and sizes of files, but has a particular expertise for major eDiscovery undertakings. She is proud to have been part of the two Polley Faith teams that received Benchmark Canada’s Impact Case of the Year in 2019 and 2021. Nykhol is also the student programs coordinator where she recruits, develops, and supports our next generation of lawyers.
Before joining the firm in 2018, Nykhol completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Carleton University in criminology and criminal justice, before going on to complete her law clerk diploma from Humber College.
416.365.1600 ext. 2006
Kendra assists Polley Faith with complex commercial, regulatory, and criminal matters from intake to resolution. Kendra is client-service driven and seeks to ensure a seamless litigation experience. She is proud to have been part of the Polley Faith team that received Benchmark Canada’s Impact Case of the Year in 2021.
Kendra is part of the firm’s eDiscovery team. She knows how to leverage the leading eDiscovery platforms to collect, analyze, and organize a high volume of documents. She advises the firm on how to protect the client’s interests by making the eDiscovery process as efficient as possible while still being defensible in court.
Kendra has assisted on some of Polley Faith’s major projects. She coordinated the firm’s work when it acted for hundreds of clients across Canada related to an insurance dispute. She has prepared research dossiers on individuals and organizations involved in the litigation. She regularly helps prepare motion materials, affidavits, various records, factums, bills of costs, and cost outlines.
Before joining the firm in 2019, Kendra completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree, with distinction, from the University of Windsor in English Literature. She then went on to earn her paralegal diploma from St. Clair College where she completed a placement with the Ministry of the Attorney General, and volunteered at a walk-in legal forms clinic at the Family Services of Windsor-Essex.