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Kaley Duff joined Cavalluzzo as an associate in 2018 after articling with the firm. She practices in the areas of Civil Litigation, Labour, Workers' Compensation and Pay Equity. Prior to joining Cavalluzzo, Kaley summered at an international full-service law firm where she gained experienced in labour, civil litigation and corporate law.

Kaley received her Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto, graduating in 2017. Throughout law school, Kaley demonstrated a keen interest in clinic work and a dedication to workers' rights. Kaley was an active volunteer in the employment division of Downtown Legal Services, where she assisted clients in matters related to wrongful dismissal, Employment Standards Act violations, and human rights. Kaley also volunteered with Advocates for Injured Workers, a community legal clinic specializing in workers' compensation law, and worked as a research assistant for Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers. Kaley was also active in her school's mooting program, and placed second in the Mathews Dinsdale National Labour Arbitration Moot.

Prior to attending law school, Kaley worked for several years as a piano teacher and professional musician. In her spare time, Kaley volunteers with the Toronto Humane Society and participates in community music projects.


  • Call to the Ontario Bar - 2018
  • Juris Doctor, University of Toronto, 2017
  • Master of Arts, Music Theory (MA), University of Ottawa, 2014
  • Bachelor of Music (BMus), University of Ottawa, 2011


  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association


  • JFW "Ted" Weatherhill Prize in Labour ArbitrationBar

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