Kimberly Jeffers

Senior Associate
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Kimberly Jeffers

Kimberly Jeffers


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Kimberly Jeffers practises commercial and corporate law, with a focus on matters related to life sciences and healthcare. Her practice focuses mainly on the drafting and negotiation of agreements entered into by public health institutions, researchers and companies focused on healthcare or life sciences, advising on the application of Quebec's Act respecting contracting by public bodies, and regulatory law. She has also developed an interest in cybersecurity and protection of personal information

Ms. Jeffers also has experience in public procurement matters and assists clients in obtaining the authorization to contract delivered by the Autorité des marchés publics.

Prior to joining us, Ms. Jeffers was a litigation lawyer at a New York law firm, where she represented banking institutions, telecommunications companies, pharmaceutical companies and airlines in connection with civil and commercial disputes, arbitrations and governmental investigations in competition law and securities law. She also worked on high-yield bond offerings for a London-based law firm.


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J.D. (Honors), University of Chicago Law School, 2010
B.A., Dartmouth College, 2006
  • New York 2011
  • Quebec 2020
  • "Quebec prohibits financial support by drug manufacturers for patients buying insured drugs," co-authors: Véronique Barry and Gregory B. Bordan, Norton Rose Fulbright, legal update, April 9, 2021.
  • "Potential impact of Quebec's privacy legislation on clinical research," co-authors: Véronique Barry and Olga Farman, Norton Rose Fulbright, legal update, July 20, 2020.
  • "Quebec proposes expanding the role of pharmacists 1st part: Broadening the scope of professional acts that pharmacists are permitted to perform," co-authors: Gregory B. Bordan and Véronique Barry, Norton Rose Fulbright, legal update, July 10, 2020.

External member of the Human Research Ethics Committee of the INRS (since 2020)

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