Joseph Marcus is a lawyer in Hicks Morley’s Toronto office. His practice includes providing strategic advice and representation to public and private sector employers on a wide range of labour relations and employment law issues.
Prior to joining Hicks Morley, Joseph was a litigation associate in the Toronto office of a national, full-service law firm. He also served as a senior advisor to Ontario’s Minister of Education, advising on policy development, labour relations and public sector governance.
During law school, Joseph was a senior editor on the Osgoode Hall Law Journal and received several awards for academic achievement, including the JSD Tory Research and Writing Award, the McCarthy Tetrault Law Journal Prize, and the Charles Edward Woodrow Award.
Colleges Education Financial Services Government Ministries & Agencies (Federal and Provincial) Healthcare Manufacturing Mining & Natural Resources Municipalities & Municipal Agencies Non-profit Organizations School Boards Social Services Universities
Memberships & Affiliations
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Select Publications & Presentations
“Where There is No Remedy, There is No Right: Using Charter Damages to Remedy Racial Profiling”, National Journal of Constitutional Law, volume 34 (2015).
“Sometimes Help Hurts: Imagining a New Approach to Section 15(2)”, APPEAL: Review of Current Law and Law Reform, volume 8 (2013).
“National Class Actions in Canada: Yet Another Call for Clarity and Coordination”, Canadian Class Action Review, volume 8 (2012).
“Book Note: A Cruel Arithmetic: Inside the Case Against Polygamy, by Craig Jones”, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, volume 50 (2012).
“Book Note: The Collapse of American Criminal Justice, by William J. Stuntz”, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, volume 49 (2012).
Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D.
University of Guelph, B.A. (Hons)