Emily Cohen-Gallant is an associate in the Toronto office of Ogletree Deakins.
Emily is dedicated to helping her clients navigate complex workplace issues by providing practical advice and efficient, innovative representation. She forges strong connections with her clients by applying her keen problem-solving skills to delivering exceptional customer service.
Emily’s practice encompasses a wide-range of employment law matters, including wrongful dismissal, harassment, human rights and disciplinary issues, as well as drafting, negotiating and advising on terminations, employment contracts and policies. She has successfully advocated for her clients before various levels of courts and tribunals.
Before joining Ogletree Deakins, Emily cut her teeth at a large litigation boutique, where she developed an interest and passion for employment law.
Emily is a graduate of Queen’s University, Faculty of Law, and holds a Bachelor of Arts, in Classics and History from Dalhousie University. Outside of work she keeps active by playing softball, sailing, snowboarding, running with her dog, and taking culinary arts classes.