Diana King

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Diana King

Diana King Associate

  • University of Manitoba (B.R.M.C.D., 2009, M.A., 2011, J.D. 2015)

Diana is an Associate with Taylor McCaffrey LLP, practicing in the areas of wills and estates, real estate, and corporate law. Additionally, she works in municipal law to help local leaders and elected officials create thriving communities for Manitoba’s families.

Diana’s goal is to help people plan for and deal with some of life’s most significant events: buying and selling properties, starting and running businesses, and preparing for life’s eventualities. She is passionate about her work and looks forward to finding creative and practical solutions to her client’s problems. Diana values every client relationship.

Diana understands the importance of community and is a committed volunteer. For years, she proudly served as a committee member for the United Way of Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. She is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal and is the Co-Chair of the Municipal Law Section of the Manitoba Bar Association,

Diana is proud of her appointments as Honorary Consul for both Norway and Sweden by the Norwegian and Swedish Foreign Ministries.  Through these roles and all her volunteer positions, Diana has honed her skills in diplomacy, respectfulness, and confidentiality, all of which bring key benefits to her clients.

Memberships and Professional Designations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Manitoba Bar Association
  • Consular Corps of Manitoba


  • Honorary Consul for Norway and Sweden, 2018 to present
  • Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Emergency Department Patient Advisory Council (2016 – present)
  • United Way of Winnipeg, Agency Liaison Volunteer (2011 – present)
  • United Way of Winnipeg, Vice-Chair, Neighbourhood Health and Multi-Service Impact Council (2015 – 2016)
  • United Way of Winnipeg, GenNext Council, Governance and Recruitment Chair (2013 – 2017)
  • Community Legal Education Association, Speakers Bureau (2017 – present)


  • Canadian Interuniversity Sport Academic All-Canadian (2005-2009)