About RavenLaw

RavenLaw is committed to advancing workers’ rights and progressive legal causes.

Our lawyers exclusively represent unions and non-unionized employees in the areas of labour, employment, and human rights law. We provide counsel regarding collective bargaining, grievances, rights arbitration, interest arbitration, human rights complaints, workplace health and safety, employment contract reviews, wrongful dismissal/termination, long-term disability benefit claims/denials, professional discipline, administrative appeals, judicial review, Charter litigation, and more.

We have offices in Ottawa, Toronto, Kingston and Winnipeg and our lawyers practice in every province and territory in the country.

We are proud to offer our services in both French and English.

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News and Resources


Ravenlaw is pleased to announce that the Ontario Superior Court has approved the settlement agreement reached in the class action involving employees who were required to pay higher pension transfer amounts because of a change in actuarial assumptions when they transferred from the Ontario Public Service to the Canada Revenue...


RavenLaw lawyers presented on panels at the annual Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers conference in Quebec City during the week of June 6, 2024. Morgan Rowe moderated and presented on the “Reimagining Workplaces for Workers with Disabilities” panel, Julia Williams spoke on a panel on free expression in the workplace,...


On May 30, 2024, Morgan Rowe will present as part of the County of Carleton Law Association’s Equity Conference. Morgan will appear on a panel discussing approaches to interventions, specifically in the Supreme Court context, on behalf of equity seeking/equity denied groups. The panel will discuss the special considerations involved...


On May 23, 2024, Alison McEwen will present on a Lancaster House panel called “Language Matters: Expert guidance on crafting inclusive collective agreement clauses”. The panel will discuss the importance of ensuring that the collective agreement language that unions and employers bargain is inclusive and considers and promotes workplace diversity,...