Jodi Martin’s practice focuses on union-side labour law, human rights, and public and administrative law. She regularly acts in matters before administrative tribunals and has appeared before every level of court in Ontario and at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Jodi uses her strong interpersonal skills to bring a practical approach to the law, focusing on efficient and cost-effective solutions for her clients. She has a particular interest in appellate advocacy and has assisted union and institutional clients with judicial review applications and appeals.
Jodi acts for unions and associations in grievance and interest arbitrations, before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, and before the Ontario Labour Relations Board. She is frequently asked to speak at conferences and seminars on issues related to labour law, human rights, and administrative law.
Jodi is a member of the Advocates Society, the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, and the Toronto Lawyers Association.
- Osgoode Hall, LL.B., 2007
- University of Western Ontario, M.A., 2003
- University of Western Ontario, B.A., 2000
- Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers
- The Advocates’ Society
- Toronto Lawyers Association