Nadine Blum is member of our research group. Her practice focuses on labour law and class action litigation.
Nadine joined the firm on a full-time basis in 2011, after a period during which she split her time between the firm and Lancaster House, where she worked as a legal editor. Prior to that, Nadine worked as legal counsel to the Commission of Inquiry into the Bombing of Air India Flight 182.
In 2011, Nadine and Ethan Poskanzer established a summary legal advice clinic for low income workers with the assistance of Pro Bono Law Ontario and Four Villages Health Centre. The clinic is staffed by Goldblatt Partners’ lawyers, including by Nadine who provides summary advice on wrongful dismissal claims, employers’ failure to pay wages to contract employees, human rights violations, and health and safety issues. Nadine talked about the clinic as part of the annual Flip Your Wig campaign, which raises money for several non-profit access to justice-serving organizations in Ontario.
Nadine received her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, and also holds a degree in biology and pharmacology from McMaster University. She was called to the bar in 2006, after completing a clerkship at the Court of Appeal for Ontario.