Elaine Newman, BA, LL.B., LL.M., was called to the bar in Ontario in 1979.
Elaine is a very experienced full-time arbitrator and mediator, specializing in labour relations, employment, and human rights matters. She is a teacher, an author, and frequent speaker on labour, employment and human rights issues.
Elaine served as Associate Director of the LL.M. program in Labour Relations and Employment Law at Osgoode Hall Law School 2002 to 2008.
She was lead instructor for the Advanced Dispute Resolution Course at Atkinson Faculty, York University for ten years, where she taught the Ethics of Mediation course, and the Advanced Practicum course. She is a frequent guest speaker at Queen’s University Industrial Relations Centre (IRC), and is lead instructor of the Queen’s IRC’s Strategic Grievance Handling program.
Elaine is the author of the online course, “Practical Ethics for Working Mediators”, offered by the ADR Institute of Ontario. Her textbook, Preventing Violence in the Workplace, is published by Lancaster House, Toronto.
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