Who Is Raven Law

Your Labour and Employment Law Experts

Raven Law focuses specifically on services pertaining to labour and employment law – we are not a general firm, meaning our lawyers know much more than the surface-level essentials of our practice areas. Clients therefore benefit from deeper wells of knowledge, our comprehensive understanding of the latest federal, provincial, and organizational regulatory compliances, and the ability to harness many decades of practical experience. With our help, your case has every chance of an ideal resolution.

Areas of Practice

Comprising of over 125 years of experience, our firm is a well-informed, effective provider of labour and employment law advisory services. With multiple areas of expertise relevant to such laws, our clients benefit from expert, educated representation. Whether you require assistance with a long-term disability application, retirement benefits, human rights violations or otherwise, we are happy to provide sound legal counsel and guidance pertaining to your case.

Consultation

Please contact us by phone or email to schedule a consultation with one of our employment lawyers.

How it works: Before scheduling a consultation, we will direct you to our intake specialist for an interview over the phone. This confidential discussion is used to collect relevant information about your case. We will then verify that there are no conflicts and ensure that our firm is able to help you. Our intake specialist will discuss our billing and retainer practices, and schedule an appointment with the lawyer that can best meet your needs. If we are unable to provide assistance, we will refer you to a firm or another resource which can. We will ensure that you are well served and will respond to your request within a single business day.

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