Old Friends and New Faces
In late 2022 and January 2023, Hunter Liberatore welcomed some new faces and reunited with some who may be more familiar.
In November, Sophie Neill returned part-time supporting Amanda with her labour arbitration practice. Sophie is currently completing her degree in Gender and Women’s Studies at York University and Amanda is trying to convince her to go to law school when she graduates.
In December, we wished Kim Pearce well as she embarked on new adventures in Calgary and welcomed Thereasa Kikot to the team. In addition to being an experienced employment law legal assistant, Thereasa is a paralegal with extensive experience in WSIB matters.
On January 16, 2023, Nisha Dhanoa joined our team as a Senior Associate. Nisha is a seasoned advocate with over 10 years of experience prosecuting discipline cases with professional regulatory bodies as well as experience in private practice as a litigator and a labour and employment practitioner. We are thrilled that Nisha has returned to private practice and look forward to introducing her to our clients over the coming months.
Finally, we would be remiss if we didn’t mention one more addition to our team. Our Office Manager Grace Lu and her husband welcomed Ayden to the world on August 17 at exactly 4:21 am. Ayden wishes everyone a belated Happy Chinese New Year. We are looking forward to Grace’s return in the summer along with our incoming articling student Rebecka Arraial.
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