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Jenny Ho


LL.B, Qualified Arbitrator, Mediator

Mediator and Arbitrator at Amity Dispute Resolution (@amityresolution)


After 10 years of working in personal injury and disability insurance litigation, Jenny opened a dispute resolution firm in 2020, focusing on providing tools to and acting as a neutral third party to individuals, self-represented litigants and businesses resolve disputes out of court.  She was also a member/adjudicator of the Employment Standards Tribunal. She is an acting chair for the Property Assessment Review Panel.

She is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin. 

Practice areas:

  • family/divorce mediation

  • personal injury claims

  • commercial disputes

  • consumer disputes 

  • insurance

  • real estate / renovations / construction

  • rent & lease renewals

  • employment disputes

Levels of court:

Civil Resolution Tribunal, Human Rights Tribunal, Small Claims Court, Provincial Court of British Columbia, Supreme Court of British Columbia Supreme Court of Canada

Seminars + Presentations + Volunteer

  • Guest speaker, "Mediating with Self-Represented Parties Workshop," Canadian Collaborative For Engagement & Conflict Management, January 2022

  • Deputy executive director and board member of Amici Curiae Friendship Society, December 2021 to present

  • Guest speaker and translator, Family Law in BC, SUCCESS, June 2021

  • Panel chair, “Path to Success: How to Advance in your ADR  Practice” webinar, ADRBC 2021 Symposium

  • Panel chair, "Construction Arbitration" webinar, ADRBC 2021 Symposium

  • Organizing team member of the ADRBC 2021 Symposium

  • Co-presenter, Provincial Family Law, Law Court Center, May 2021

  • Guest speaker, "How volunteering has shaped your legal career in Canada," Global Lawyers Canada, August 2020

  • Manager of Amici Curiae's Indian Day School legal forms workshops  

  • Member of the Amici Curiae's Innovative Committee 

  • Member of ADRBC Under 40 Committee

  • Speaker, "BC Court of Appeal Procedures 101" lecture, Law Court Center, 2015



  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Qualified Arbitrator of ADR Institute of British Columbia (“ADRBC”)


Her vision for Amity Dispute Resolution is to provide better options for people where the traditional court system does not provide them with the appropriate resolution to their disputes, whether it is due to financial constraints, length of time it takes to get a trial date, the emotional and mental tolls, and limited resources.  While this list is not exhaustive, Jenny believes that, for some people who are involved in legal disputes, there are more effective and quicker ways to resolve their disputes.  

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