Carla takes great pride in being a strong advocate for her clients while remaining mindful of the need to avoid and resolve workplace disputes in the most practical and cost-effective way.
She represents a wide range of clients, including hospitals, municipalities, school boards, not-for-profit organizations and Crown corporations, as well as large and small businesses in the manufacturing, information technology and social services sectors. She regularly acts as counsel in collective bargaining negotiations, grievance arbitrations and proceedings before various courts and administrative tribunals. Carla has a particular interest in human rights claims and issues related to workplace harassment and discrimination.
A graduate of Dalhousie University, Carla earned a B.A. in History and an LL.B before her call to the bar in 2009. While in law school, Carla published several academic articles on health policy and workplace mental health, and she has since authored numerous papers and texts on employment and labour law.