Kyle R. Rees - Odea Earle Injury Lawyers

Kyle R. Rees

Representing your injury case with dedicated focus, specialized knowledge and caring is my promise. You deserve no less during this traumatic time. As your lawyer, I'll be a forceful advocate for your rights, and from day one my objective will be to obtain the best compensation for you and your loved ones.

Representing your injury case with dedicated focus, specialized knowledge and caring is my promise. You deserve no less during this traumatic time. As your lawyer, I'll be a forceful advocate for your rights, and from day one my objective will be to obtain the best compensation for you and your loved ones.

Kyle Rees completed a BA in Philosophy at Memorial University and has a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School. Kyle is a partner at O'Dea Earle, specializing in personal injury and union-side labour law, with a litigation practice that ranges from motor vehicle accidents to assisted dying and transgender rights.

Personal Injury and Other Legal Services

  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Labour Law
  • Personal Injury Law

Education

  • Memorial University 2009
    Diploma in Applied Ethics
  • Memorial University 2009
    Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Minor in History (Honours)
  • Osgoode Hall 2012
    Juris Doctor

Professional Associations

  • Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador 2013
    Bar Admission
  • The Canadian Bar Association
    Member

Board Memberships

  • New Democratic Party of Newfoundland and Labrador
    Vice-President
  • The Independent
    Board of Directors
  • Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
    Law Library Committee Member

Personal and Community Involvement

  • Court of Appeal Legal Assistance Clinic
    Volunteer
  • Competitive Long-Distance Runner

Every Single Fight

We can’t stop the hurt. But we can put ourselves between you and the things adding to it.

Scholarships and Awards

  • Dean's List 2007
    Memorial University
  • Medal for Academic Excellence in Philosophy 2009
    Memorial University
  • Parker-Mooney Scholarship for full course of study at Osgoode 2009
  • James Good Scholarship for Philosophy 2009
  • William J. Browne Scholarship 2013
    Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Young Lawyers Pro Bono Award 2016
    Canadian Bar Association
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Award 2016
    (Nominee)
  • Gold Key Award 2017
    Osgoode Hall Law School

Academic and Conferences

  • Coach 2013
    Memorial University Undergraduate Mooting Team
  • Chair, Constitutional and Human Rights Law Section 2016
    Canadian Bar Association, NL
  • Speaker, Atlantic Canada Human Rights and Labour Law Conference 2018
    Lancaster House
  • Panelist, Workplace Impairment Workshop 2018
    Lancaster House
  • Lecturer, Bar Admission Course 2018
    Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Speaker, Workplace Privacy in a Digital Age Audio Conference 2019
    Lancaster House
  • Speaker, Disability and Accommodation Audio Conference 2019
    Lancaster House
  • Lecturer, Legalization of Marijuana and the Workplace 2019
    NLNU, Federation of Labour, FFAW

Legal Presentations

  • Assisted Dying 2016
    NL Palliative Care Association
  • Occupiers Liability at Construction Sites 2017
    NL Construction Safety Association
  • Moderator: Is there a lawyer in the House? 2017
    CBA NL
  • Legal Landscape of Assisted Dying 2017
    Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Dealing with Workpalce Impairment 2018
    Lancaster House
  • Major Caselaw and Legislative Update: Family status, privacy, damage awards, and more 2018
    Lancaster House
  • Assisted Dying 2018
    CBA NL
  • Presenting Labour Law Cases, Moderator 2018
    Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Cannabis in the Workplace 2018
    Federation of Labour +Unifor 2121
  • Bar Admission Course, Employment Law 2018
    Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Cannabis in the Workplace 2018
    NL Nurses Union
  • Update to Administrative Law 2019
    Government of NL, Dept justice
  • Disability and Accommodation 2019
    Lancaster House
  • Workplace Privacy in a Digital Age 2019
    Lancaster House
  • Bar Admission Course, Employment Law 2019
    Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Labour Law Update 2020
    Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador
- Gerard Molloy
Gerard Molloy was injured due to another's negligence resulting in the amputation of a limb and traumatic disruption of his life. With so many medical, rehabilitative and financial repercussions, Gerard needed a tough team to fight his case. We helped Gerard understand his rights and formulated an aggressive action plan that secured the compensation Gerard’s recovery and future demanded.
- Gail Boggan
Gail Boggan was hit in a head-on collision leaving her with serious neck and shoulder injuries that put her career and life on hold. When Gail’s insurance company tried to blame her injuries on a pre-existing condition, she came to us for help. We took on Gail’s fight and were able secure a resolution in her favour. Gail received the compensation she needed to recover and get her life back.

Contact Kyle R. Rees

Address
323 Duckworth Street   P.O. Box 5955
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
A1C 5X4