Kiran Kang is a member of our labour law group. She articled with the firm and returned as an associate following her call to the Ontario Bar in 2016.
Kiran’s practice focuses on all aspects of labour law, particularly in the public sector, including grievance arbitration, collective bargaining, workplace human rights, matters before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, and professional disciplinary proceedings.
Kiran received her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2015, and also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, with distinction, in Political Science and English from the University of Alberta. While at law school, she spent eight months in the Workers’ Rights Division at Parkdale Community Legal Services, where she represented clients in a variety of employment law matters including wrongful dismissal claims and workplace accommodation matters. Kiran also served as the Researcher on the Wilson Equality Moot team which received the top prize for best factum at the national competition. Kiran was awarded the Benjamin Laufer Prize in International Law for graduating with the highest cumulative standing in coursework in public and private international law. Her writing has been published in the National Journal of Constitutional Law.
Kiran is an executive board member of the Ontario Bar Association’s Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law Section, and is a member of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers and the South Asian Bar Association of Ontario. She frequently volunteers with the Workers Action Centre, where she helps workers learn about their employment rights, as well as with the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF).