Lindsay Lawrence is a labour lawyer in our Toronto office. She has a busy litigation practice representing a wide variety of trade unions, in both the private and public sectors, with a particular focus on unions whose members work in the construction, manufacturing and telecommunications industries, as well in schools and universities.
Lindsay’s practice focuses on grievance arbitration and proceedings before the Ontario Labour Relations Board. In addition to her grievance arbitration and labour board work, Lindsay represents clients in proceedings before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and before the Ontario courts. She provides practical, strategic and effective advice on all labour law matters, including the acquisition and preservation of bargaining rights, unfair labour practice complaints, collective bargaining, contract interpretation, harassment and human rights complaints, and discipline and discharge.
Lindsay obtained her law degree from the University of Toronto and, after articling with us, was called to the Ontario Bar in 2005. She was the recipient of a number of law school awards, including the J.F.W. Weatherill Prize in Labour Arbitration and the Milner Bronze Medal, awarded to the student with the third highest cumulative average. She also holds a bachelor of arts degree from McGill University.
Prior to joining the firm, Lindsay worked as a writer and editor at Lancaster House, writing for various publications in the areas of labour and employment law. Lindsay is a member the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers and the Ontario Bar Association.