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Elichai is a member of the firm's litigation, labour and research departments. He represents individuals in a wide range of workplace related issues, including wrongful and constructive dismissal, human rights and defamation related claims. Elichai also works in all areas of labour law, including grievance arbitration and labour board matters.  In addition to appearing before arbitrators, mediators and various tribunals, Elichai has appeared as counsel in all levels of court in Ontario and the Supreme Court or Canada. As a member of the firm's research department, Elichai provides advice and written advocacy in most of the firm's practice areas, including labour and employment law, administrative law, constitutional law and human rights.

Elichai is committed to offering his clients strategic and creative options for resolving disputes. He uses his strong interpersonal skills to bring a practical approach to the law, focussing on efficient and cost-effective solutions for his clients.

Education

  • Call to the Bar, 2008
  • Dalhousie University, LL.B.

Accolades

  • Robert W. Kerr Labour Law Prize

Related Events

Event/Oct 2, 2019: 09:00 - 16:00

Elichai Shaffir Speaks at Lancaster House Training Session on Handling Personal Health Information

Elichai Shaffir speaks at Lancaster  House's Skills Training Session:  "Handling Personal Health Information:  An In-Depth Training Ses...
Event/Apr 9, 2017

Elichai Shaffir Speaks at Lancaster House Audio Conference: Managing Attendance at Work: Accommodating Employees, Respecting Rights, Curbing Abuse

Elichai Shaffir is speaking at Lancaster House Audio Conference:  "Managing Attendance at Work:  Accommodating Employees, Respecting Rights,...

Related Publications

Article/1 February 2010

Judicial Review and Appeal Cases in the Federal Courts and the Divisional Court

Administrative lawyers in Ontario may participate in judicial review or appeals in either the Federal Court or Federal Court of Appeal (the “Fed... Read More
Article/2 November 2008

Enough is Enough: Recognizing & Responding to Violence in the Health Care Sector

Violence in the health care sector is pervasive and growing at a disturbing rate. For far too many health care workers (the majority being women and m... Read More
Article/1 April 2008

Privacy Law and a Union's Entitlement to Information

Over the past few decades, Unions have encountered numerous arguments from employers rooted in privacy law. Read More

Cases

Case/8 October 2013

Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic v. Attorney General (Canada)

Charter challenge to repeal of long gun registry.  See:  Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic v Canada, 2012 ONSC 4536.

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