MEMBER PROFILE: Kathryn Raymond
 
 

Name: Kathryn Raymond
Organization:
 BOYNECLARKE LLP
Address:
99 Wyse Road, Suite 600
Halifax
NS B2Y 3Z5
Tel: (902) 460-3419
Fax:
(902) 463-7500
Email: kraymond@boyneclarke.ca
Website: www.boyneclarke.ca

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Case Experience (Civil): Contracts, Corporate/Commercial, Employment, Insurance, Labour Relations, Partnership Disputes, Professional Liability, Administrative (incTribunals), Agricultural, Disabilities, Education, Energy Sector, Environmental, Harassment, Hospitals/Health Industry, Health Care/Disputes, Human Rights/Discrimination, Information Technology, Libel & Slander, Medical Malpractice, Multi-Party / Complex, Non-Profit Organizations, Pensions, Privacy & Freedom, Professional Negligence, Public Policy, Schools & Universities

Education:
1979 - 1981 Acadia University, Bachelor of Arts Program

1981 - 1982 University of King's College, Bachelor of Arts Program

1982 - 1985 Dalhousie University Law School, LLB

2008 Mediator's Skills Training Course, "Mediating Justice: Learning to Mediate in a Rights Based World" conducted by The Honourable George W. Adams Q.C., Toronto, Ontario

Background:
As an arbitrator, adjudicator and mediator, Kathryn Raymond, Q.C., resolves workplace disputes. Her ADR practice includes labour relations arbitration, including as a member of the Minister's List of Arbitrators, labour standards, labour relations and occupational health & safety disputes as a Vice Chair of the Labour Board, through appointment as a Nova Scotia Human Rights Board of Inquiry adjudicating complaints of alleged discrimination and as an arbitrator under the Education Act Appeal Board. Her experience includes arbitration of insurance disputes and tax assessment adjudication.

Kathryn also has extensive experience as neutral counsel to adjudicative and investigative tribunals in a professional regulation and healthcare context, including medical staff privileges litigation. Her experience as neutral counsel to tribunals includes enabling effective adjudicative decision-making, education and training of tribunals, procedural advice during hearings, policy development and procedural design.

Kathryn's experience as a neutral is founded upon almost 30 years of experience as an advocate, having practiced law in both Toronto and Halifax.

Kathryn's areas of interest include access to justice and self-representation, interest-based resolutions, regulated and consensual dispute resolutions design and improving the effectiveness and efficiency of ADR processes for resolving disputes in unionized and non-unionized workplaces, including those involving human rights and professional regulation.

Kathryn has been consulted by government and stake holders respecting the development of policy, ADR processes and respecting the drafting of a number of statutes. Kathryn has been invited to speak on over 65 occasions on topics which include improving dispute resolution, procedural fairness and administrative law, employment/labour law, discrimination and health law. In 2009, Kathryn was recognized by LawDay as one of Canada's Top Health Law Lawyers.



Memberships & Affiliations:
Nova Scotia Minister of Labour's List of Arbitrators, 2008-present

Nova Scotia Human Rights Board of Inquiry, 2009-present

Labour Board of Nova Scotia, Vice Chair, 2013-present

Education Act Appeal Board, 2014-present

Nova Scotia Crop and Livestock Insurance Arbitration Board, Chair, 2012-2015

Nova Scotia Assessment Appeal Tribunal, 2012-2015

Canadian Council of Administrative Tribunals, Professional Development Committee, 2015- present

Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, 2015-present

Nova Scotia Barristers' Society 1990-present; including Chair of the Ethics and Professional Responsibility Advisory Committee 2009-2013 and Chair of the Model Code of Conduct Task Force, 2011-2013

Law Society of Upper Canada, 1987-1996

ADR Atlantic Institute 2009-present;

Atlantic Labour Arbitrators Association 2008-present;

Nova Scotia Medical Legal Society 2003-present;

Nova Scotia Health Organizations Protective Association, Board Member, 2001-2011 and Acting Executive Director, 2008

Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia, Board of Directors 2000-2009; Governance Committee member, 2010, 2015-present

Canadian Bar Association 1987-present; Former Chair of the Nova Scotia Health Law Subsection;

American Society for Healthcare Risk Management, 2009-2013

Canadian College of Health Leaders,1990-2014



Languages: English

ADR Practice Commenced
: 2000

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