Amanda Montague-Reinholdt


2011 J.D. Honours,  University of Toronto

2008 B.A. Honours, University of Toronto

2016, Certificate in Pension Law, Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development


  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers
  • County of Carleton Law Association

Amanda Montague-Reinholdt practices in the areas of labour, employment, Constitutional and administrative law. She is committed to working on behalf of unions and employees to advance their rights, with a particular focus in the areas of grievance arbitration, human rights, and judicial review.

Amanda provides advice on such issues as wrongful dismissal, severance packages, discrimination, harassment, and the duty to accommodate. She has acted for individuals and unions in the private and public sector, in matters before labour and arbitration boards, administrative tribunals, and provincial and federal courts.

Prior to joining the firm, Amanda served as a law clerk for the Honourable Justice Donald Rennie at the Federal Court. In her spare time, she enjoys trivia and theatre, and has appeared for the past four years in the Great Canadian Theatre Company’s Annual Lawyer Play.


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