Anne Marie has a broad labour and employment practice that includes public sector, broader public sector and private sector employers. A skilled and insightful advocate, Anne Marie has noted expertise in human rights and accommodation, grievance arbitrations, collective agreement interpretation, employment contracts and terminations, and legislative compliance.
In addition to providing high quality advice on day-to-day workplace issues, Anne Marie also represents clients in litigation before arbitrators, mediators and various administrative tribunals.
Anne Marie is a graduate of Queen’s University Faculty of Law, where she received the David Sabbath Prize in Contracts. While in law school, Anne Marie tutored other law students through the faculty’s Academic Assistance Program, and was a research assistant in the area of International Criminal Law. Before attending law school, Anne Marie received her B.A. (Hons) in English and Political Science from the University of Toronto. She was called to the bar in 2014.