Jessica is a lawyer and workplace investigator at Williams HR Law, where she practices in all areas of management-side employment, labour, and human rights law. She assists clients with employment agreements and policies, employee discipline and dismissal, accommodation and disability management, occupational health and safety, workplace investigations and reviews, labour relations, and other workplace matters.
Jessica’s passion for workplace law dates to her undergraduate studies at Athabasca University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Human Resources and Labour Relations degree with Distinction and received the AU Convocation Scholarship for her academic achievements in the program.
With her passion in mind, Jessica went on to complete her Juris Doctor degree at the University of Windsor, where she served in many roles such as a Windsor Law Ambassador, Caseworker at the Windsor Community Legal Aid Clinic, Law Admissions Committee member, and Student Representative on Faculty Council. She was also awarded a Windsor Law Social Justice Fellowship in her first year of law school, enabling her to spend her first-year summer sharpening her advocacy skills at an international human rights organization in Minneapolis, Minnesota. While completing her law studies in the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jessica founded SENcerely Project, a letter-writing initiative that collected letters for isolated senior residents in over a dozen nursing homes in Ontario and Alberta. Upon graduating from law school, Jessica was awarded a J.W. Whiteside Award in recognition of her outstanding services to the Faculty of Law, the legal community, and the community of Windsor.
In her spare time, Jessica enjoys travelling, roller-skating, and socializing with family and friends. She never gets tired of watching re-runs of Seinfeld and dreams of one day meeting Mr. Art Vandelay.
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