Hina Ghaus represents employees and employers in employment law and human rights matters including wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, harassment, and discrimination.
She gained experience in labour, employment, and human rights law while completing her articles at a well-known labour and employment boutique in Toronto. She has also practiced in Ontario’s clinic system at a specialty test case legal clinic with a focus on human rights from a disability perspective. Her long-standing interest in human rights and intersectionality continues to inform her practice.
Hina has assisted with mediations, arbitrations, and cases before provincial and federal tribunals and in provincial courts.
During law school, Hina was actively involved in pro bono work. She sat on the committee arranging her law school’s annual Diversity Week and was a Copy Editor for the student-run newspaper. She acted as a resource for incoming law students through the Osgoode Mentorship Program and volunteered as an employment law caseworker for the Community and Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP).
In her spare time, Hina enjoys thriller television shows, online shopping, non-fiction podcasts, and hiking.