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Hamoody Rahal

Hamoody Rahal, Best Toronto Employment Lawyer, Free Legal Consultation, Human Rights Lawyer Toronto, Wrongful Dismissal Lawyer Toronto, Top Employment Lawyer Toronto, Best Labour Lawyer Toronto, Free Employment Lawyer

Hamoody Rahal is a Toronto employment lawyer practicing in the areas of employment law, labour law and human rights law. He is an associate with Randy Ai Law Office. Contact Hamoody today for a free legal consultation.


Hamoody’s services extend to both employees and employers across a wide range of employment law practice areas. He has extensive experience with wrongful dismissal and constructive dismissal claims, human rights issues, workplace harassment cases, workplace bullying and discrimination complaints, non-solicitation and non-competition matters, employment agreement and job offer reviews, and severance package reviews.


Hamoody is known for his collaborative and conciliatory approach to dispute resolution, as well as his keen ability to empathize with clients and accurately pinpoint their legal needs. Hamoody offers a balanced and measured approach when assisting clients with their legal issues. He is able to use his unique insights to better understand and anticipate issues in a case before they arise. 


Prior to joining Randy Ai Law Office, Hamoody articled at a boutique multi-service firm in the Mississauga where he worked extensively on a variety of employment law matters. As a Mississauga employment lawyer, he gained experience advising and representing a high volume of both employees and employers.


Hamoody received a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Science from the University of Toronto, graduating with high distinction, before later earning his Juris Doctor (JD) degree from the University of British Columbia. During law school, Hamoody was an active member of UBC’s Law Students Legal Advice Program (LSLAP), offering free legal advice across civil, estate and criminal matters to low-income members of the local community. During his final year of study, he completed a two-term exchange at the National University of Singapore. 


When not practicing law, Hamoody enjoys travelling, staying active and scouting out the best that Toronto’s food scene has to offer.


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