Lara Gradil joins our Toronto office as an Associate. Welcome to the team!
Law Society of Ontario
McGill University, B.A.
University College London, M.Sc.
Western University, J.D.
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Lara is an Associate in the firm’s Toronto office. She assists employers in all areas of workplace law, offering strategic and practical advice on business immigration law, employment standards, workplace policies, unjust dismissals, and human rights. Lara also has experience in assisting unionized employers in labour relations and arbitration matters.
Lara received her Juris Doctor from Western University, where she provided accessible legal services and offered assistance with immigration matters through the Community Legal Services Immigration Clinic. Prior to law school, Lara obtained her Master of Science in Global Migration Studies from University College London in London, England.
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