Law Society of Ontario
Queen’s University, J.D.
Western University, B.A.
Selina is an Associate in the firm’s Toronto office. Selina advises and represents clients on a wide range of labour and employment issues. This includes employment contracts and policies, discipline and termination, human rights and labour relations.
Selina previously worked at the firm as a Summer and Articling Student before returning as an Associate. She obtained her Juris Doctor from Queen’s University. Throughout her time in law school, Selina dedicated herself to becoming an effective advocate by participating in a labour and employment moot and working as a student caseworker for the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic, where she assisted residents of Kingston with a variety of litigation matters.
In her spare time, Selina enjoys participating in fitness classes, travelling and trying out new restaurants in Toronto.
In this issue: 1) Court Upholds “With Cause” Termination of an Employee Who Worked a Secondary Job During Business Hours, 2) Attention Federally Regulated Employers: Recent Amendments to the Canada Labour Code Now in Effect, 3) Temporary Help Agency Licensing: What Employers Need to KnowRead more
In this issue: 1) Artificial Intelligence is Coming to Your Workplace: How Employers Can Prepare, 2) Termination of Employment for Non-Compliance with a Mandatory Vaccination Policy Upheld in the Hospital Context, 3) Human Rights Tribunal Finds the Job Requirement of “Permanent Eligibility to Work in Canada” to be DiscriminatoryRead more