Nhi Huynh is a lawyer at Williams HR Law, where she practices in all areas of management-side labour, employment, and human rights law.
In her practice, Nhi assists employers with a wide scope of legal issues, including employment contracts and policies, restrictive covenants, performance management, discipline, terminations, wrongful dismissal and constructive dismissal litigation, injunctions, accommodation and disability management, disability claims, human rights complaints, occupational health and safety, workplace investigations, and employment standards. Along with being committed to resolving disputes, she focuses on equipping clients with tools to prevent disputes.
Nhi has experience assisting clients in a broad range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, packaging, transportation, agriculture, financial services, consulting, real estate, technology, and professional services.
Nhi provides client-focused legal services and enjoys helping clients navigate alternative dispute resolutions and civil procedures. Always mindful of clients’ diverse backgrounds and unique barriers, Nhi ensures her advice is practical, accessible, and tailored to each client’s needs. She has experience representing clients at mediations and hearings, and assisting with cases in arbitrations and before tribunals, the Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court, and the Federal Court of Appeal.
Nhi has presented through the OBA and HRD Employment Law Masterclass on employment contracts and policies, mental health in the workplace, and workplace health and safety. Along with presenting to legal and human resources professionals, she has published articles on diversity in the workplace, policies, and new developments with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.
Nhi is a graduate of the University of Ottawa Common Law Program. During law school, Nhi was Co-Chair for Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers uOttawa, and was an executive member of University of Ottawa Association of Women and the Law, OUTLaw, and Creative Law Society. She enjoyed her time teaching through the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic, as well as through the Legal Writing Academy and Dean’s Legal Research and Writing Fellowship. Throughout her legal studies, Nhi worked as a research assistant for various professors, and was a mentor through the Women’s Legal Mentorship Program, where she continues to mentor law students.
Before her legal studies, Nhi earned an Honours Bachelor of Science with high distinction at the University of Toronto, with a double major in Criminology and Psychology, and a minor in Buddhism, Psychology, and Mental Health.
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