Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Ruoxi Wang is an associate in the employment and labour law group. She assists clients with a wide range of workplace issues, including employee hiring, discipline and dismissal, human right matters, management of disability claims and business immigration matters. Her experience includes reviewing and drafting employment agreements and policies, restrictive covenants, independent contractor agreements and termination documentation, conducting employment due diligence and assisting with employment issues in corporate transactions.
During law school, Ms. Wang was actively engaged with Student Legal Services of Edmonton, Alberta, and volunteered with the Education Abroad program at the University of Alberta. In her third year, Ms. Wang spent a semester abroad studying at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
J.D., University of Alberta, 2014
B.Sc., University of Alberta, 2010
- Alberta 2015
- Hong Kong Young Scholars Exchange Award, 2013
- Alberta Law Foundation Bursary, 2011, 2012, 2013
- Robert Tegler Undergraduate Scholarship for Superior Academic Achievement, 2009
- Canadian Bar Association
- Calgary Bar Association
- Law Society of Alberta
- Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers – Western Chapter
Canada: Western Canada’s turn to cover up! Mandatory face-covering requirements and other health and safety measures in Alberta and British Columbia
Publication | July 28, 2020 - 3 PM ET
Canada: Employer month 6 pandemic check: Is your re-opening plan compliant and ready for returning employees?
Publication | July 20, 2020 - 4 PM ET
Publication | March 2018