Erin Buchner

Biography

Employment transitions are emotionally intense endeavours, made moreso by having to navigate the legal system. Erin recognizes and addresses this with sensitivity and precision. She strives to ensure access and provide informed, practical advice to clients who are in the midst of difficult periods in their lives.

Erin reviews employment contracts and termination packages, considering employees’ unique needs and best interests to offer practical, tactical, and strategic advice. She also represents employees in wrongful dismissal actions, human rights complaints, and disputes focused on disability related matters, guiding clients through the litigation process to achieve cost effective results. In addition, she advises and represents the firm’s trade union clients at arbitration, at provincial and federal labour relations boards, and in the courts. Erin is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario with an Honours B.A. in Sociology. She obtained her J.D. from Queen’s University, Faculty of Law in 2010, and was called to the Bar in 2011. Since being called to the bar, she has practiced exclusively in the area of labour and employment law. Erin is a member of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, and the Middlesex Law Association.

When not practising law, Erin spends her time being active outdoors, cycling and sharing time with her husband and two dogs, Bella and Piper.