While in law school, Armin volunteered as a Staff Editor with the Western Journal of Legal Studies and worked as a Legal Research Assistant for Professor Robert Solomon, co-authoring a Criminal Law Quarterly article on cannabis and driving legislation. He also served as a Teaching Assistant for an advocacy course and was an active mooter at Western Law.
As a law student, Colleen tried to create as diverse an experience as possible – serving as an ambassador for Western Law, editing for two legal journals, volunteering as a Case Worker with the Western Business Law Clinic, participating in (and later coaching for) the Davies Corporate Securities Moot, conducting research in labour and human rights law, and choreographing dances for Law Games.
As a law student, Victoria participated in several advocacy competitions including placing second in the BLG Client Counselling Competition and participating in the national competition at the University of Alberta. In her final year of law school, Victoria received the J.S.D. Tory Writing Prize for her paper on gender discrimination issues in Canadian human rights law.
While at Western, Josh served as Chair of both the Sports Committee and the Entertainment & Sports Law Association. He also participated in several moots, finishing second in the 2019 Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada and the Walsh Family Negotiation Competition.
While at law school, Emerson participated frequently in moots and oral advocacy competitions, winning multiple accolades. He represented Western at the Willms and Shier Environmental Law Moot, where he won Distinguished Oralist. He was also a recipient of the Law Society of Ontario Prize for academic excellence.
Lucy is a labour and employment lawyer in Hicks Morley’s Toronto office. She provides advice and representation to employers in both the private and public sector on a wide-range of labour, employment and human rights issues. Having held a management role prior to commencing law school, Lucy is uniquely positioned to assist employers and management in navigating various labour and employment issues.
Claudia enhances collaboration and knowledge sharing at the firm. In her role as KM Lawyer, Claudia is able to leverage her previous work experience as an information professional to provide timely legislative and case law updates to both Hicks Morley lawyers and clients.
Julia provides advice to employers and management in both the private and public section on a wide range of labour and employment issues.
Colleen Nevison has completed her second year of the J.D. program at the University of Western Ontario. She received her Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Waterloo. During her undergraduate degree, Colleen worked for a workplace psychology research team which peaked her interest in labour and employment law.
Sarah provides advice to employers and management in both the private and public sectors on labour, employment and human rights issues. This includes wrongful dismissal actions, employment standards, labour disputes, grievance arbitrations, human rights and accommodation.