Jennifer is a partner at Roper Greyell where she advises employers in all areas of labour and employment law, including human rights and privacy law in the workplace.
She provides strategic advice regarding the management of workplace legal issues in both unionized and non-unionized environments. Solutions oriented and skilled at navigating tough issues, Jennifer is committed to working with her clients to determine the best strategy for their challenging workplace issues. Her clients include school boards, post-secondary institutions, municipalities, technology companies and retailers.
Clients can draw from Jennifer’s depth of experience. She has managed cases involving constitutional, novel and sensitive issues, particularly those related to harassment, human rights, school law and the Charter of Rights and Freedom. Responsive, efficient and knowledgeable, Jennifer has represented her clients before the Supreme Court of Canada, all levels of court in British Columbia, the Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal, the Employment Standards Tribunal, and labour arbitrators. Jennifer is also frequently retained as an independent investigator on complex complaints of misconduct, bullying, harassment or assault.
Jennifer is a frequent speaker and writer on a variety of labour and employment law topics, particularly in the areas of human rights, duty to accommodate, and employee medical information.
Outside of the office, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her two children. She is also passionate about expressing her creativity through cooking and writing.