Emily joined the firm in 2020 after summering, articling, and practicing at a leading Toronto litigation boutique. Her practice focuses on labour and employment law, human rights, and public and administrative law. Emily particularly enjoys identifying and resolving complex factual and legal issues.
Emily has appeared before the Superior Court, Divisional Court, and Court of Appeal, as well as Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, Ontario Labour Relations Board, Grievance Settlement Board, and Landlord and Tenant Board, as well as at private labour arbitrations. She also provides advice and counsel in workplace investigations, including on sensitive topics such as sexual violence and harassment.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Emily attended Trent University (B.A. in Canadian Studies) and Queen’s University (M.A. in Canadian Politics). As a law student at Osgoode Hall Law School, Emily spent two terms working at Parkdale Community Legal Services in the Housing Rights division and received various academic prizes for top marks, including in civil procedure. She was also an Associate Editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal. She graduated in the top 10% of her class.
Emily is a member of The Advocates Society, the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, and the Law Union of Ontario. She is a past Member-at-Large of The Advocates Society Labour & Employment Practice Group.