The CDO is inviting a wide range of public interest employers to attend this event, which will include panel discussions, booths, and short individual or small-group “coffee chats” with lawyers.
Guests will include lawyers working in government, clinics, advocacy groups and firms with interests in areas such as aboriginal, constitutional, environmental, equality, health, public policy and union-side labour law.
EMPLOYERS’ BOOTHS | ATRIUM | 1 - 3 PM
• Department of Justice Quebec
• Centre communautaire juridique de Montréal
• Mile End Legal Clinic
• British Columbia Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS)
• Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
• British Columbia Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA)
• Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA)
• Ménard, Martin, avocats
• Canadian Centre for International Justice
• Goldblatt Partners LLP
• Melançon Marceau Grenier Sciortino
• Raven, Cameron, Ballantyne & Yazbeck LLP / s.r.l.
• Ontario Ombudsman
• Juristes Power
PANEL 1: ACCESS TO JUSTICE | NCDH 312 | 1 - 2 PM
• Mr. Jean-Frédéric Hübsch, Office of the Ontario Ombudsman
• Me Sophie Gagnon, Clinique Juripop
• Ms. Laura Johnston, BC Community Legal Assistance Society
• Mr. Nicholas Caivano, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
• Mr. Jay Aubrey, BC Civil Liberties Association
PANEL 2: ADVOCACY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST | OCDH 16 | 3 - 4 PM
• Ms. Erin Moores, Goldblatt Partners LLP
• Mes Marianne Routhier-Caron & Maxine Visotzky-Charlebois, Melançon Marceau Grenier et Sciortino
• Me Julius H. Grey, Grey Casgrain s.e.n.c.
• Me Audrey Mayrand, Juristes Power
• Me Elsa Kelly-Rhéaume, Ministère de la justice du Québec
CAFÉ-STYLE DISCUSSIONS | ATRIUM | 3 - 5 PM
Sign up for a 20-minute time-slot to speak with organizations of interest to you through the following link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YF8MU2538GzeJJZv-VgIzYZzKndxYNj5...
Students can sign-up for a maximum of 3 discussions. Registration is on a first come, first served basis and SPACE IS LIMITED.