Williams HR Law LLP

Inggrid Wibowo




Inggrid is a workplace investigator and lawyer at Williams HR Law LLP. Inggrid regularly conducts workplace investigations as an impartial, third-party investigator into complex allegations of discrimination, harassment, and various other forms of misconduct. In addition, Inggrid conducts reviews of workplace cultures, systems, and processes for organizations across a diverse range of industries, including not-for-profit, education, financial services, childcare, ecommerce, professional services, information technology, and municipal. She also provides advice to clients with respect to internal and third-party workplace investigations.

Inggrid also provides strategic advice to unionized and non-unionized employers on a variety of issues, including accommodation and disability management, employment agreements and policies, terminations, occupational health and safety, and wrongful dismissal and constructive dismissal litigation.

Inggrid is a graduate of the University of British Columbia’s Peter A. Allard School of Law. During law school, Inggrid volunteered for Pro Bono Students Canada and the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, where she provided legal assistance to clients of non-profit advocacy programs aimed at improving access to justice. Inggrid also worked as a clinician at her school’s International Justice and Human Rights Clinic, where she supported the Canadian Expert Member of the United Nations Human Rights Committee in efforts to protect civil and political rights. She traveled to Geneva, Switzerland to personally attend the Committee’s 125th session.

Prior to law school, Inggrid earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree with High Distinction at the University of Toronto’s Equity Studies and Diaspora and Transnational Studies programs. She also worked as a web and graphic designer for several years.

Outside of her role at the firm, Inggrid moonlights as a butler to her puppy, Tinu the Finnish Lapphund.


JD, University of British Columbia
BA (Hons), University of Toronto