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Stéphane Erickson is a national employment and labour knowledge lawyer. He works with the knowledge, management and innovation team on a variety of client-focused projects and initiatives, specifically in employment, labour and human rights law.
Mr. Erickson first joined our office as a summer student in 2014, and articling student in 2015, after completing his civil and common law degrees at the University of Ottawa. He thereafter clerked at the Federal Court of Canada for the Honourable Justice Alan S. Diner. After his clerkship, Mr. Erickson returned to the firm as an associate in the employment and labour group in Ottawa, practising law in both of Canada's official languages for the better part of two years.
Before joining our firm, Mr. Erickson gained valuable international work experience at Canadian diplomatic missions throughout the Americas, including before the Organization of American States in Washington (DC), Mexico, and Costa Rica. He is fluent in Spanish and has studied abroad in both Chile and Spain. Mr. Erickson has received recognition for academic excellence in the fields of constitutional law and minority language rights.
- J.D., University of Ottawa, 2015
- LL.L., University of Ottawa, 2015
- Bilingual B.Com., University of Alberta, 2012
- Ontario 2017
- National conference on the most recent changes to the Canada Labour Code, November 26, 2019, Ottawa, ON.
- "Recent Amendments to the Canada Labour Code (2019)," Norton Rose Fulbright Canada Employment and Labour Breakfast Seminar, October 26, 2019, Ottawa, ON.
- Canadian Bar Association
- Ontario Bar Association
- Association des juristes d'expression française de l'Ontario
- Law Society of Ontario
Supreme Court: workplace inspection obligations under Canada Labour Code limited to areas employer controls
Publication | January 13, 2020
New year, new regs: proposed harassment and violence regulations under Canada Labour Code expected to come in force in 2020
Publication | December 18, 2019
Publication | September 18, 2019
An interim break for employers? Policy-based exemptions from certain new provisions under the Canada Labour Code published
Publication | September 12, 2019