Prior to opening Hepburn & Mand Law Group in 2011, Beth completed her undergraduate degree from the University of Victoria and McGill University with a double major in English and History.
After traveling and working abroad in Asia, Beth went on to complete her Bachelor of Laws at the University of Saskatchewan, graduating with distinction in 2006. She then returned to British Columbia as a Law Clerk for several judges at the British Columbia Supreme Court, completing her articles at a litigation firm in downtown Vancouver and being called to the British Columbia Bar.
Beth grew up in White Rock and in 2009, she returned with her family to make it her home. During this time she worked at a Langley law firm, practicing primarily in family law. In 2011, Beth and Manpreet Mand opened Hepburn & Mand Law Group, which Danielle Glass joined in 2013 when it became Hepburn Mand & Glass Lawyers.
Beth now practices in the area of family law and wills and estate planning and litigation. She has conducted trials and appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia, including the British Columbia Provincial Court, British Columbia Supreme Court and the British Columbia Court of Appeal. She has also assisted her clients with applications before the Supreme Court of Canada. In addition to litigation, Beth assists her clients through the use of alternate dispute resolution, including negotiation and mediation. She has also prepared digests for the Seckel & MacInnis Annotated Supreme Court Rules since 2013.
Outside of the office, Beth enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and staying active through dressage and Pilates.