Krysten Zator is engaged in a broad corporate/commercial practice for both private and publicly-held companies.
Krysten graduated from Queen’s University, Faculty of Law. During law school, she was on the Dean’s Honour List, studied international business law at the Bader International Study Centre in Herstmonceux, England, and completed an exchange term at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland. Prior to law school, she completed an Honours Bachelor of Music, an Honours Bachelor of Arts specializing in Psychology, and a Master of Science specializing in Cognitive Psychology where she studied autobiographical memory and popular music, all from Western University.
At law school, Krysten was a junior editor for the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal and an academic tutor to first year students. She was also involved with Pro Bono Students Canada and played lead trumpet for the law student jazz band “Groove to Appeal”. Prior to law school, she was an editor for the Western Undergraduate Psychology Journal, gained experience teaching as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for an undergraduate psychology research course at Western University, and performed in multiple musical ensembles.
In her free time, Krysten enjoys running, karaoke, playing team sports, and learning various musical instruments. She is also an avid traveller.
Krysten summered and articled with the firm and was seconded to the University Health Network in the summer of 2019.