Andrew Lister


Andrew Lister
Part-time professor

B.A. (hons), Dalhousie University (french literature)
L.L.B., McGill University
B.C.L., McGill University
L.L.M., London School of Economics and Political Science

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Andrew Lister holds several law degrees and is a member of the Law Societies of Ontario and the Northwest Territories.

In addition to lawyering, Andrew enjoys teaching. Since 2007 Andrew has taught Employment Law courses at the University of Ottawa. He also taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in Economics and Public Administration at Carleton University. Andrew also taught Public Law and Litigation in the now defunct Bar Admission Course as well as the Lawyer’s Certification Programme.

Andrew’s litigation practice focuses mostly on employment and labour law, human rights and administrative law. Having acted for and against unions, for employers and for employees and in front of a myriad of administrative tribunals, labour boards, human rights tribunals, federal and provincial trial and appellate level courts, Andrew’s legal practice enables him to bring practical and thoughtful experience to the classroom. He regularly presents papers and speaks at various legal conferences and seminars

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