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Amelia Golden

Amelia Golden (“Amelia”) was called to the Ontario Bar after graduating from Queen’s University School of Law with an LL.B in 1992.

Amelia received her undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto. She currently practices employment and human rights law as a sole practitioner.

Amelia is an Investigator in the MIT (Global) Consulting Group Inc., specializing in conducting workplace investigations and harassment complaints pursuant to the Canadian Human Rights Act, Ontario Human Rights Code and Occupational Health and Safety Act [Bill 168].

Amelia also conducts training in procedural fairness, investigation techniques, and workplace restoration/restorative justice.

Amelia possesses advanced and thorough understanding and interpretation of human rights statutes, anti-discrimination/harassment policies and collective agreement; as well as expertise in the nuances of investigative techniques.

Amelia has extensive knowledge and experience in the theory, application and practice of human rights law. As a human rights practitioner and investigator, her passion and dedication are to advance and promote human rights and equality for all. She performs this work with the highest regard for procedural fairness, which guides her throughout her professional endeavours.

Amelia performed human rights work for large, complex, multi-faceted and unionized organizations such as conducting workplace harassment and discrimination investigations for the Peel District School Board and York University, prior to joining the MIT team.

Amelia was also a Community Relations Coordinator for the League for Human Rights of B’nai Brith Canada. She also worked as an employment and human rights lawyer in private practice and a Senior Policy Analyst for the Ontario Government.

Amelia also had the opportunity to head a 40 person internal mediation program, implement restorative justice programs and performed training in human rights and procedural fairness at the York University, Ontario.

Amelia was an honouree for the 75 anniversary of Person’s Day from the City of Toronto. With this award, she was recognized for her outstanding work with women’s issues. Amelia has also sat on numerous boards and community advisory groups for organizations working in the field of Human Rights.  Amelia possesses excellent oral and written communication skills.


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