Kim Mullin



  • Bio

Drawing on her extensive expertise, Kim brings a multifaceted perspective to each matter, providing strategic support to her clients.  As a partner at Wood Bull LLP, she represents private and public sector clients in intricate municipal law, land use planning, and related litigation cases. She regularly appears before the Ontario Land Tribunal, committees of adjustment, and municipal councils and committees on behalf of her clients.

Kim excels in understanding the unique business and legal needs of her clients. In the realm of municipal law, Kim offers guidance to individuals, municipalities, and other public bodies on diverse issues such as jurisdictional and constitutional matters, bad faith claims, election concerns, and access to information.

In the field of land use planning, Kim handles a wide array of matters, from minor variances and land severance applications to official plan and zoning by-law issues, plans of subdivision, and site plan approvals. She also possesses significant expertise in aggregate resources work, focusing on licensing, environmental considerations, and land use planning within Ontario's regulatory framework for the aggregate industry. 

Clients appreciate Kim’s practical, problem-solving approach and her highly responsive client service. She excels in distilling complex information for her clients while considering the perspectives of all involved parties. Whether a matter is simple or complex, clients rely on Kim to fiercely represent their best interests from the start of a matter through to the resolution. 

Bar Admissions

  • Ontario (2000)


  • Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B. 1998
  • University of Waterloo, B.A. 1994