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June Mills

June Mills



From collective bargaining negotiations to litigation, June Mills works tirelessly to advocate for the rights of trade unions and faculty associations. She consistently strives to protect the rights of workers.

June represents unions in a variety of matters, from individual and policy grievances to section 2(d) Charter challenges. She applies great care and determination to every case. She is dedicated to assisting unions and faculty associations effectively resolve disputes.

Prior to joining Goldblatt Partners, June practiced in Halifax, Nova Scotia at a leading boutique labour and litigation firm. There, she advocated for unions before various administrative decision-makers as well as at all levels of court in Nova Scotia and at the Supreme Court of Canada.

June completed the joint BCL/LLB program at McGill University. While at law school, June volunteered at PINAY Quebec legal information clinic, assisting Filipino domestic workers in employment disputes as well as immigration issues. Sharpening her written and oral advocacy skills, June competed in the Wilson Moot, a national moot focused on exploring issues of equality under the Charter.

Outside of work, you can find June playing basketball and tennis around the city. On rainy days you can find her saving cooking videos to her aspirational cooking list and then dining out at restaurants.