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Tracey Henry is a partner at Cavalluzzo. Tracey joined the firm as an associate in 2002, after articling with the firm. Tracey provides representation and advice to trade unions in grievance arbitration and in matters before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board and other administrative tribunals.

Tracey's practice also involves providing education and training to union executive committees and union members in all areas of labour law including collective agreement negotiations, administration of collective agreements, construction labour law and human rights issues. Tracey integrates her longstanding commitment to the promotion and protection of workers' rights and human rights into all aspects of her practice.

Tracey previously served as a Member at Large on the Ontario Bar Association's Labour Relations Section Executive and is currently a member of the Canadian Bar Association.

Education

  • Call to the Bar, 2002
  • LL.B., 2001
  • MSc., 1997

Memberships

  • Canadian Bar Association, Member
  • Ontario Bar Association's Labour Relations Section Executive, Member at Large

Related Events

Event/Oct 31, 2017

Tracey Henry is Speaking at the Ontario Labour Management Arbitrators' Association Meeting

Tracey Henry is speaking at the Ontario Labour Management Arbitrators' Association Meeting. She will be speaking on the topic "Things our Clients Say ...
Event/Jul 12, 2016

Tracey Henry Speaks at Lancaster House Audio Conference: "Conduct Gone Viral: Private Behaviour, Public Reaction, and Workplace Consequences"

Tracey Henry speaks at Lancaster House's Audio Conference:  "Conduct Gone Viral:  Private Behaviour, Public Reaction and Workplace Consequen...
Event/Apr 27, 2015

Tracey Henry Speaks at Insight's 7th Biennial Construction Labour Relations Conference

Tracey Henry is speaking at Insight's 7th  Biennial Construction Labour Relations Conference.  She will be speaking on a panel entitled "Wor...

Related Publications

Article/31 January 2003

Balancing Rights and Obligations Around Employee Medical Information

Privacy is a nebulous concept, which has evolved through the common law doctrines of property, tort and contract. The earliest conceptions of privacy ... Read More

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