Alissa provides tailored and insightful advice to broader public and private sector employers confronting challenging labour and employment issues including wrongful dismissals, labour arbitration, and employment standards disputes. By prioritizing individual client needs, Alissa achieves unique and effective solutions.
Alissa earned a dual J.D. from the University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy. During law school, she acted as a judicial extern for the Honourable Margaret Van Houten of the Michigan 3rd Circuit Court and participated in Moot Court Competitions, receiving distinction in her 1L Canadian Moot Competition. Alissa was also awarded two Book Awards for achieving the highest grades in her Pre-Trial Litigation and Access to Justice courses. Prior to law school, Alissa received her B.A. (Honours) majoring in Criminology and minoring in Sociology at Toronto Metropolitan University.