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Practice & Procedure Before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
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A guide to the process of litigating before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

This book will serve as a guide to the process of litigating before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (the "Tribunal"), from the initial application through the judicial review. The emphasis will be on providing practical assistance and guidance, with reference to the most recent jurisprudence in this area. The objective is to provide a user-friendly and concise resource for both seasoned practitioners and those conducting their first Tribunal hearing. This book will provide a reference for practitioners preparing their case before the Tribunal.
About the Author
Katherine Ford, LL.B., is a lawyer at Sherrard Kuzz LLP in Toronto. Katherine represents employers in all areas of labour, employment and human rights, including employment standards, employee discipline and termination, human rights, labour arbitration, wrongful dismissal litigation and the drafting of employment policies and contracts. Katherine is a graduate of Queen’s University and the University of British Columbia. She is called to the Bar in Ontario. Prior to practicing law in Toronto, Katherine practiced law in Vancouver, British Columbia and was a member of the B.C. Bar.
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