Portrait Photograph of Personal Injury Lawyer Karen Hulan

Karen Hulan


Karen is a partner at Beckett. She works in the Plaintiff Injury Group.

Karen’s practice focuses on representing those injured while in the care of others such as long-term care homes and schools, as well as people injured in car accidents, slips and falls and other incidents. She is actively involved in her clients’ claims for accident benefits, short-term disability and long-term disability benefits. Karen’s clients can expect to have the lawsuit and insurance process explained to them in a way that eases the stress of working through a claim. Her objective is to manage each client’s file in a manner that allows them to focus on their recovery.

Karen earned a Bachelor of Arts from Acadia University (1993) and then studied French at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (1994). She earned a Bachelor of Education (intermediate/secondary) from Memorial University of Newfoundland (1995) and graduated from Queen’s University Faculty of Law in 2002. She was called to the Ontario bar in 2003.

Karen is a Bencher with the Law Society of Ontario and an Adjudicator with the Law Society Tribunal. She is Co-Chair of the Law Society’s Futures Committee and Member of its Professional Development and Competence Committee and Lawyers Professional Indemnity Review Task Force. Karen is Past President of the Middlesex Law Association and a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. Her volunteer work has been focused on the legal community and organizations that support her clients. She has authored and presented legal papers and been a guest speaker at a variety of legal associations’ events.