We have developed extensive experience representing non-profit organizations, employees, patients, students and parents from a wide range of social, economic and ethnic backgrounds.
Based in Toronto, Canada, we offer a broad range of litigation services, and also advocate for our clients
outside the courtroom in mediations and negotiations, and through government relations and research work.
UPDATE: Jasmin Simpson Challenges Discriminatory Student Loans Programs for Students with Disabilities
- January 15, 2020
From January 14-16, 2020, Jasmin Simpson will finally get her day in court. Jasmin, who is blind, Deaf, and has lupus, has been waiting for this for nearly two decades. She graduated from Gallaudet University with a Bachelor’s and a…
- December 18, 2019
Konstantina Nikolakis is a 4th year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto completing her Bachelors of Arts degree in Communications, Culture, Information and Technology (CCIT) and majoring in Diaspora studies . She joined bakerlaw as a summer intern following…
- December 16, 2019
On June 4, 2019, The Federal Court of Appeal released their decision emphasizing that the definition of disability under the Canada Pension Plan (“CPP”) is “highly restrictive,” and will not apply to all individuals who experience prolonged health challenges if…
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