Endorsements

Dana Fisher

for Local Vice President, LAO

"Vote Dana Fisher for LVP.  

Dana's commitment to advocating for our rights began in 2012.  As part of the initial campaign committee, she devoted her time and efforts to ensure that we had a right to collectively bargain. 

 

During the course of the five year campaign, she vigorously fought for our right to unionize, confronting both our former CEO and the former Attorney General. 

Eventually, she took our cause to the courts. She was a named applicant and sole affiant in the lawsuit against Legal Aid Ontario.  It was this lawsuit that eventually secured us our right to collectively bargain.  She has emerged as the spokesperson for our cause.  Her track record speaks for itself.

 

Dana has been fearless in fighting for our rights. She has spoken up for us time and time again. She won't back down and she will be there for you" 

Michael Story, former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member and North York Criminal Duty Counsel

I have been endorsed by the following LAO staff offices:

  • RLO Hamilton

    • Keith MacMillian

    • Lily Tekle

  • RLO Toronto

    • Andrew Brouwer

    • Cheryl Robinson

    • Simon Wallace

    • Ben Liston

    • Samuel Loeb

    • Chelsea Peterdy

    • Anthony Navaneelan

    • Joo Eun Kim

    • Meagan Johnston

  • Cornwall Criminal Duty Counsel Office

    • Josée Quesnel

    • Cathy Legault, Bilingual Duty Counsel Family and Criminal

    • Amanda Blaise, Bilingual Duty Counsel Family and Criminal

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I have been endorsed by the following individuals:

  • Haran Aruliah, former LAO Lawyer

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Michael Story, North York Criminal Duty Counsel

    • named applicant in the Charter challenge 

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Dana Suvagau, Staff Lawyer, Major Case Management

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Caroline Price, Hybrid Duty Counsel, Kitchener

    • named applicant in the Charter challenge

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member​

  • Esther Oh, College Park Criminal Duty Counsel, Toronto

  • Patrick Moeller, Old City Hall Criminal Duty Counsel, Toronto

  • Erin Metzler, Newmarket Criminal Duty Counsel 

  • Simone Bern, Policy Counsel

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Catherine D. Papineau, Elgin County Courthouse, Supervisory Duty Counsel, St. Thomas

  • Diane Abbott, Woodstock Hybrid Duty Counsel

    • Interim Local Committee member​

    • named applicant in the Charter challenge

  • Sarah Edgar, Sarnia Family Duty Counsel

  • David Burns, Sarnia Criminal Duty Counsel

  • Matt Stone, Sarnia Criminal Duty Counsel

  • Alicia Seibert, Sarnia Criminal Duty Counsel 

  • Matthew Oleynik, Staff lawyer, LAO Law

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Geoff Allen, Staff Lawyer, LAO Law

  • Emma White, Staff Lawyer, LAO Law

  • Paul Opolski, Staff Lawyer, LAO Law

  • Kathy Phillips, Staff Lawyer, LAO Law

  • Elsa Arismendi, Staff lawyer, Summary Legal Advice in Refugee & Immigration

  • Janine Jan, Old City Hall Criminal Duty Counsel

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Nicole Nussbaum, London Family Duty Counsel

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Louise Marriot, College Park Criminal Duty Counsel, Toronto

  • Aliyah Bhayani, Staff Lawyer, Lawyer Service and Payments

  • Nicole Keating, London Criminal Duty Counsel

  • Annemarie Roodal, Staff Lawyer, Ottawa Integrated Legal Services Office

  • Amy Slotek, Staff Lawyer, Toronto Central District Office

  • David Kiesman, Bilingual Institutional Duty Counsel, Vanier Detention Centre

  • Tim Lutes, Staff Lawyer, Provincial Case Management Office

  • Alex von Bredow, Simcoe County (Barrie) Supervisory Family Duty Counsel

  • Michelle Squires, Policy Counsel

  • John Sinclair, College Park Criminal Duty Counsel, Toronto

  • Karolina Stelmach-Kseniak, North York Criminal Duty Counsel

  • Moheb Tewfik, Newmarket Criminal Duty Counsel

  • Raquel Savoury, Toronto North District Family Staff Lawyer

  • Andre Rivard, Brampton Criminal Duty Counsel

  • Kyle Noonan, Bilingual Institutional Duty Counsel, Hamilton Kitchener Region

    • named applicant in the Charter Challenge

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member

  • Annette Stoehr, Windsor Family Duty Counsel

    • former Campaign for Collective Bargaining Rights member​

  • Joana Miskinis, Windsor Criminal Duty Counsel

  • Anna Rosenbluth, Clinic Resource Office, Staff Lawyer

  • Greg Zambrzycki, Institutional Duty Counsel, Toronto South Detention Centre

  • Adam Hartling, Newmarket Criminal Duty Counsel

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