Erin Hallock

Biography

If you track Erin’s presonal and professional paths, you will see that she is a true champion of human rights and workers’ rights.

Erin’s law practice at McMahon Morrison Watts focuses on union-side labour, employment and human rights law. She regularly represents clients in labour arbitrations, civil proceedings and before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

In addition, Erin is also an Instructor at McMaster University, where she teaches a course on human rights that explores critical legal issues affecting our diverse society.

Erin chooses to teach because she is committed to using her professional experience to contribute to a more just and equal world.

Prior to joining McMahon Morrison Watts, Erin worked at a law firm where she gained valuable experience focusing on access to justice and representing clients with disabilities. She has also worked in legal clinic settings with Legal Aid Ontario and Downtown Legal Services, where she represented low-income clients from diverse backgrounds. Erin also worked as a legal intern with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Erin Hallock is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2011. She joined McMahon Morrison Watts as an associate in 2011 and works out of the firm’s Toronto and Hamilton offices.