Naomi Greckol-Herlich’s practice is focused primarily on criminal defence. She also advises and represents unionized and non-unionized individuals, unions and associations on matters related to professional discipline, labour law, employment law, human rights law, and civil litigation. Naomi joined the firm in 2016 after working at a leading litigation boutique and completing a clerkship at the Superior Court of Justice.
Naomi graduated from the McGill Faculty of Law where she received a Bachelor of Common Law and a Bachelor of Civil Law. She won the Blakes Scholar Award for academic achievement and extra-curricular engagement. While at McGill, Naomi represented students facing disciplinary proceedings, worked at a legal clinic for low-income individuals, served as co-chair of OutLaw McGill, and conducted legal research for the United Nations Special Tribunal for Lebanon through the McGill University International Criminal Justice Legal Clinic.
Before law school she completed a Master’s Degree in history at Northeastern University, played semi-professional baseball, and worked as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School. She holds a B.A. in History from Smith College.
Naomi is a member of the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, The Advocates’ Society, the Ontario Bar Association, and the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers.