Carly Meredith practises in the areas of employment law and commercial litigation.

Carly represents employers in a wide-range of employment and labour disputes, including matters of wrongful dismissal, prohibited practice and Charter of Human Rights complaints. She has appeared before various Quebec Courts and tribunals, among them the Quebec Court of Appeal. Carly routinely assists clients with the hiring, progressive discipline and termination of employees, as well as with the drafting and implementation of employment contracts and policies.

Part of Carly’s practice consists of reviewing and advising on privacy policies and related issues, as well as assisting clients with various compliance matters with respect to language laws, consumer protection legislation and contest regulation, among others. Carly also has significant experience with the international document authentication and legalization process across several foreign embassies and consulates.

During law school, Carly interned at the One Earth Future Foundation in Colorado, U.S.A., where she worked on issues related to maritime piracy. She also spent several years volunteering with the McGill Innocence chapter. She joined the firm in 2017 after completing her articles with the firm.