Carolyn Mah-Kabaroff

Carolyn Mah-Kabaroff

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Carolyn’s practice is focused on commercial litigation. Carolyn works with clients to identify the best resolution to their dispute and to strategize how to achieve it in an efficient manner. Carolyn takes a practical approach to dispute resolution by considering settlement or other alternatives at each step of litigation in order to achieve timely and effective solutions for her clients.

She is experienced in both commencing and defending a variety of claims, including matters relating to construction disputes, shareholder disputes, contractual disputes, professional negligence, and personal injury. Carolyn has frequently appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of Queen’s Bench. She has also successfully advocated for clients at mediations and judicial dispute resolutions. Carolyn has an interest in eDiscovery and is experienced in applying eDiscovery tools to facilitate large litigation.

Community Involvement

Carolyn is a sessional instructor at MacEwan University, teaching business law. She is also a board member of the Young Leaders.World Advisory Board, a committee member of the ACTLA Women’s Legal Forum, and is a founder of YEGpeople, a digital platform showcasing fellow Edmontonians with inspiring stories. She also actively mentors University of Alberta law students in their advocacy skills and career advancement.

Bar Admissions

  • Alberta, 2014


  • Cardiff Law School, Cardiff, United Kingdom
    • Bachelor of Laws(Honors) - 2012
  • University of Alberta
    • Bachelor of Arts - 2008

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Law Society of Alberta, Member
  • Canadian Bar Association, Member