Carolyn is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University.
Prior to entering law school, Carolyn gained valuable experience with the human resources departments of various federal bodies. She practices in all areas of labour and employment law with a particular focus on pay equity, civil litigation, privacy/access to information, and immigration.
Carolyn’s services include drafting legal opinions, employment agreements and workplace policies. She represents clients in matters before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Ontario Small Claims Court, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, along with labour arbitrations. In her privacy law practice, Carolyn provides day to day strategic advice about privacy issues in the workplace, develops privacy-focused policies (such as video surveillance, appropriate technology use, and “Bring your own device” policies) and conducts Privacy Impact Assessments with respect to new employer initiatives. She also represents clients in FIPPA and MFIPPA appeals before the Information and Privacy Commissioner/Ontario.
Carolyn is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association, the International Association of Privacy Professionals and the County of Carleton Law Association.