Amanda Montague-Reinholdt feels privileged to work on behalf of unions and employees every day, in all areas of labour and employment law. She is committed to advancing the rights of workers, including through grievances, labour board complaints, human rights proceedings, and court actions. She has developed significant experience in judicial review of administrative decisions, particularly in the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal.

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, and has appeared before labour and arbitration boards, administrative tribunals, and all levels of court.

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 several years in the Great Canadian Theatre Company’s Annual Lawyer Play.


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2011 J.D. Honours,  University of Toronto

2008 B.A. Honours, University of Toronto

Law Society of Upper Canada

Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers

County of Carleton Law Association