YEAR OF CALL: 2011
2008 LL.B., University of Ottawa
2006 LL.L., University of Ottawa
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
- Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario (AJÉFO)
- British Columbia Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA)
- Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers (CALL)
- County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
- Law Society of Ontario (LSO)
WASSIM GARZOUZI maintains a robust national practice dedicated exclusively to the representation of unions, with a particular focus on arbitration.
In addition to litigating, Wassim bargains on behalf of trade unions in the provincial and federal sectors. He also acts as a nominee on interest arbitration boards in essential service industries, where he adopts a targeted approach to effectively achieve sector-wide advancements.
He is a Part-Time Professor at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, teaching the advanced Labour Law course, in both the French and English programs. In this same role, Wassim led a successful organizing drive resulting in the unionization of hundreds of faculty members. He also teaches Collective Agreements Arbitration at Queen’s University.
Wassim is the co-author of “Winning Cases at Grievance Arbitration, Second Edition“, the leading book on the law and practice pertaining to labour arbitration advocacy.
Outside of Labour, Wassim has no interests or hobbies. He is singularly focused on serving his clients.