Henry Dinsdale is a senior partner at Hicks Morley’s Toronto office. He has been advising and representing employers for over 25 years. Henry works in both the federal and provincial sectors and has appeared on behalf of employers in proceedings in every province in the country. His practice ranges from providing sophisticated strategic advice, to collective bargaining and labour and employment law advocacy.
Henry is a graduate of Queen’s Law School and has since earned both Masters and PhD degrees in law from Stanford University Law School. He has taught labour law at the University of Toronto and Queen’s University law schools, at Queen’s Industrial Relations Centre, and in Osgoode Hall Law School’s Masters of Labour Law program. He has sat on the Advisory Committee of the Queen’s University’s Centre for Law in the Cotemporary Workplace since its inception.
Henry is recognized as one of Canada’s leading lawyers in the field of labour and employment law. He is listed as a leading labour lawyer by Chambers Canada and The Best Lawyers in Canada (Woodward/White). He is “Consistently Recommended” for both labour and employment law by Lexpert, and appears in the both the Canadian and International Who’s Who of Management Labour and Employment Law. He is one of six Ontario management labour lawyers named in the “Leading 500 Lawyers” in Canada by The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory and is described by Martindale-Hubbell as counsel with an “exemplary reputation and high professional standing”.