A Message from Cheyenne
"Class action litigation can be a powerful tool to help those negatively impacted by governments and corporations achieve fair compensation, as well as justice through accountability and social change. We care deeply about our clients and the issues they face and are proud to work on their behalf to achieve substantive justice." - Cheyenne Neszo
Cheyenne Neszo

Cheyenne Neszo is part of Klein Lawyers’ Class Action practice group where she is involved in diverse cases including Indigenous rights, government and corporate negligence, defective auto parts and deceptive marketing. Cheyenne began working at Klein Lawyers in 2015 as an administrative clerk and was greatly influenced by her experiences at the firm in deciding to attend law school.

Cheyenne completed her law degree at Thompson Rivers University. Prior to law school, Cheyenne obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Simon Fraser University. After law school, Cheyenne clerked at the Federal Court of Canada and completed her articles at the Department of Justice.  She is currently working toward completing her thesis for a Master of Laws degree at McGill University, her research for which is focused on Aboriginal and Indigenous tax issues.

As a second year law student, Cheyenne participated in the Kawaskimhon Moot, a negotiation-based Indigenous issues moot. She was also awarded the Dean’s Course Prize for the Natural Resources and Public Lands class in her third year. 

Education

  • McGill University, Faculty of Law, LLM Candidate
  • Thompson Rivers University, Faculty of Law, JD
  • Simon Fraser University, BA, Psychology

Bar Memberships

  • British Columbia, 2021

Work Experience

  • Associate Lawyer, Department of Justice
  • Articled Student, Department of Justice
  • Clerk, Federal Court of Canada 

Professional Affiliations

  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Indigenous Bar Association 
  • Canadian Bar Association