Sean FitzPatrick graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia in 1991 and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Sean articled and began practising with Mary Cornish in Toronto before joining Cavalluzzo in 1994.

Sean specializes in labour and employment law acting solely on behalf of unions and employees. He has extensive experience appearing before provincial and federal labour boards, boards of arbitration and other employment tribunals. In addition to offering his services as an experienced litigator, Sean provides his clients with practical and solution focused advice on all manner of collective agreement, employment, organizing and bargaining issues.


  • Call to the Ontario Bar, 1993
  • University of British Columbia, LL.B., 1991


  • Law Society of Upper Canada

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