Mary is a determined problem-solver. She is a strong communicator who serves her clients with skill, integrity, and empathy. Her appreciation for utilizing different approaches to legal issues makes her an effective advocate.
She focuses her practice primarily on labour and employment, education law, and professional regulatory law, and regularly represents clients in civil proceedings, human rights tribunals, professional discipline hearings, labour arbitrations, and administrative tribunals.
In her labour & employment practice, Mary focuses on advising employers with respect to wrongful dismissal, human rights, professional disciplinary, freedom of information and privacy, and labour arbitration matters. She is also experienced in workplace investigation. Additionally, she provides counsel to employees, school boards and divisions, teacher leaders, professional organizations, and professionals.
Dedicated and committed to finding practical and creative solutions to client matters, Mary asks the right questions to develop swift solutions. She further draws on her diverse background in teaching and coaching to handle change and adapt to evolving situations.