Marion Blight is a Toronto employment lawyer who practices in employment law, labour law, and human rights law. She has experience representing clients in all matters related to wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, workplace harassment and bullying, human rights violations, severance package disputes, and terminations for cause. Marion is a skilled advocate and litigator. She has a strong passion for representing employees who have been fired, or who wish to resign from the workplace.
Marion received her JD from Queen’s Law. While at Queen’s, Marion served as the Senior Editor of the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal and worked as research assistant on projects in international human rights law and comparative international law. Marion graduated from Mount Allison University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with First Class Honours. She also has an interest in international law and conflict of laws rules.
Prior to being called to the Ontario Bar and receiving her license to practice law, Marion was an articling student at Randy Ai Law Office.
Outside of the office, Marion is an avid cook and hockey fan.