Judi Clarkson | Queen's University IRC

Queen's University IRC

Queen's University

Judi Clarkson provides a broad spectrum of dispute resolution interventions such as mediation, arbitration; consulting & systems design; and education & training. Her present practice involves customized training, individual coaching, harassment/discrimination issues, fact-findings/investigations, ombuds advice, and facilitations of poisoned/dysfunctional work environments.

Judi was a Registered Nurse, has a B.A. in sociology and an LL.B. She practiced labour law and industrial relations in the healthcare area, acute and long term care, and was the Assistant General Counsel, Employment Law Section, Ontario Hydro. She was a Director of Personnel and Labour Relations at a teaching hospital in Toronto. She has mediation, arbitration and negotiation training and has completed certificates in the partnering and ombuds areas.

Judi has given design advice and general advice about conflict management systems and interventions. Sample consulting clients include: healthcare (acute and long term care), college under The Regulated Healthcare Professions Act, public utilities, private manufacturing and private companies.

Judi has been awarded an Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Toronto based on her contribution to the course and student evaluations. She has organized and conducted courses and seminars on all aspects of dispute resolution work. She has provided extensive customized training and course design for a variety of public and private bodies.

Judi contributes to a variety of professional magazines and periodicals. She was a regular presenter with her partner Anne Grant for the nationally broadcasted Telemedicine Canada. She is a contributor to “Hospital News,” a publication for hospitals in Ontario, “Municipal World” as well as “Filter”, The Canadian Association of Healthcare Human Resources Management newsletter, Canadian Human Resources Reporter, and Lawyers Weekly.


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