Shayyan is a lawyer at Williams HR Law, where he practices in all areas of labour, employment, and human rights law. He provides advice and representation to unionized and non-unionized employers on a broad range of issues, including accommodation and disability management, employment agreements and policies, employment standards, grievance arbitrations, human rights complaints, labour board proceedings, occupational health and safety, and workplace investigations.
Prior to joining Williams HR Law, Shayyan summered and articled at a national labour and employment law boutique in Toronto.
Shayyan completed his J.D. at Osgoode Hall Law School. During law school, Shayyan was actively involved in the school community. Shayyan participated in various advocacy competitions, including the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot where he represented Osgoode at a national level. He was also a Division Leader and a Board Member at Osgoode’s legal clinic (CLASP), where he advocated for clients before various administrative tribunals. In his final year, Shayyan served on Osgoode’s admissions committee and as President of the Osgoode Muslim Law Students’ Association.
Before his legal studies, Shayyan earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts with high distinction in Criminology from York University.
In his free time, Shayyan enjoys collecting funky socks and playing board games.
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