Kimberly Miles graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a bachelor’s degree with honours in Psychology.  She obtained her law degree in 2002 also from the University of Western Ontario.  Kimberly articled with a large full-service firm before working as an associate for two prominent defence lawyers, practicing criminal law.


In 2005, Kimberly opened her own practice as a criminal lawyer in Barrie, Ontario, and has continued to restrict her practice exclusively to criminal law.


Kimberly is actively involved in the criminal justice system.  She is an executive member of the Criminal Lawyers Association of the County of Simcoe (CLACS), where she represents the interests of the defence bar at the committee level and is an executive board member of the Barrie chapter of Lawyers Feed the Hungry, where she both organizes fundraisers to support the Salvation Army and volunteers her time serving meals.


Additonally, Kimberly is the elected director for the Huronia/Muskoka district of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association and a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Simcoe County Lawyers Association. She is also a part time instructor at Georgian College.

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Rebecca Watson Miles Criminal Law


Rebecca received her Jurist Doctorate from the University of Windsor, where her studies focused on criminal law and courses concerned with access to justice issues in our judicial system. She is also an alumnus of the University of Western Ontario where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours specializing in music and English.


While in law school Rebecca spent a semester at the administrative legal clinic, Legal Assistance of Windsor (LAW), where she assisted low income clients appearing before various tribunals. She advocated for clients who had been denied Ontario Disability and Ontario Works benefits. She also represented victims of crime appearing before the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board. Following her experience at LAW Rebecca volunteered and worked at the Community Legal Aid clinic in Windsor, representing low income clients charged with theft, fraud, drug possession and assault.


After graduating from law school Rebecca articled for a high volume criminal defence firm in downtown Toronto. There she assisted senior counsel with various types of matters including robbery, firearm, various drugs, attempted murder and sexual assault cases. Rebecca joined Miles Criminal Law in September 2018 as an associate lawyer.


Rebecca is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, the Toronto Lawyer’s Association, and the Simcoe County Lawyers Association.