Our alliance formed over time. We frequently crossed paths professionally, allowing us to witness each other’s high quality of work and commitment.
In 2000, after several years practicing labour and employment law, Jennifer’s passion for workplace human rights matters led her to start her own practice. She specialized in the newly-developing field of workplace investigations.
Jennifer and Sarah began collaborating in 2004. Sarah later established her own practice, informed by her experience in labour and employment law from both the union and employer perspectives. Jennifer and Sarah continued to work together frequently, both jointly on large investigations and consulting each another in the course of their own work. Sarah developed special expertise in mediations, while Jennifer fine-tuned her policy development skills.
After articling in labour and employment law, Sara became a sole practitioner in 2007, dedicating herself to the field of human rights. She was drawn to workplace investigations and also quickly developed a reputation as a skilled trainer.
Our alliance formed soon after — we continue to work individually and as a team of two or three. We can offer clients both the benefits of a team approach where warranted and our considerable depth and breadth of experience.