Derrick McIntosh is a member of our labour law group. His practice encompasses all aspects of labour and employment law in both public and private sector workplaces, including labour board matters, grievance arbitrations, and workplace human rights issues. His practice includes a particular focus on labour relations in the university sector.
Derrick attended McGill University, where he received a bachelor of laws degree and a bachelor of civil law degree. He also holds a masters degree from the University of Amsterdam and a bachelor of arts degree from Trent University.
During law school, Derrick was an editor of the McGill Law Journal, a volunteer in legal information clinics, and a recipient of awards for legal writing and legal theory. Prior to attending law school, Derrick worked as a university course instructor and was president of an undergraduate student union. He has also worked in the more distant past as an operator in a rendering factory and as the director of a non-profit community centre.
Derrick was a summer law student with our firm in 2008 and 2009. He returned to the firm as an articling student and then as an associate after his call to the Ontario Bar in 2011.
Derrick is a member of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers and the Canadian Bar Association.