Michael Fisher practices labour, human rights, employment, and administrative law. He exclusively represents trade unions and employees. He has appeared before arbitration and labour boards in the federal and provincial jurisdictions, as well as the federal courts and the Supreme Court of Canada.

As a law student, Michael worked for community legal clinics in Ottawa providing advice and representation to low-income clients on a variety of civil matters, including disability-related issues.

Before articling at Ravenlaw, Michael worked in the non-profit sector as a project coordinator, researcher, and policy analyst on indigenous rights issues, particularly in respect of the Métis of western Canada. He is from Saskatchewan.

2009 LL.B., University of Ottawa

1998 B.A., English, University of Regina

Law Society of Upper Canada

Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers

County of Carleton Law Association