Sam Brodeur is a Toronto employment lawyer and worker's rights lawyer who practices in the areas of employment law, labour law, and human rights law. He 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.
Sam has a strong passion for representing employees and workers in situations involving terminations, layoffs, or resignations. He has successfully negotiated many severance packages, and has helped his clients achieve advantageous settlements. Sam is also highly skilled at legal research and is always up-to-date with the newest laws and regulations relating to Ontario employment law and Canadian employment law.
Sam received his JD from UNB Law. Subsequent to his JD, Sam completed an Advanced LLM at Leiden University with a focus on non-discrimination obligations in international human rights law and later interned with the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute in London. Sam also graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Development Studies.
Prior to being called to the Ontario Bar and receiving his license to practice law, Sam was an articling student at Randy Ai Law Office.