Amy Chen (she/her) is passionate about supporting marginalized communities through grassroots organizing and public interest litigation. She is constantly pushing for progressive precedents at every forum, from the Ontario Labour Relations Board all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Amy’s practice involves a mix of public sector labour law, civil litigation, constitutional law, and class actions. She assists workers on a range of labour and employment issues, including termination, discrimination, harassment, and accommodations. She draws on her unique experience in immigration law for her civil litigation and class action files, fighting against the inequities faced by asylum seekers.
Amy joined Goldblatt Partners after articling at the firm. She received her J.D. from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. During law school, she helped clients obtain status in Canada and supported migrant care worker advocacy as a caseworker in Downtown Legal Services’ Immigration and Refugee division. Amy also worked on several high profile constitutional law cases during her time at DLS and the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights. In the further distant past, Amy obtained a Bachelor of Arts and Science from McMaster University.
In her spare time, Amy is often cat-sitting or enjoying a good video game.