Amy Gibson




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Education & Qualifications

  • Saskatchewan Bar (2015)
  • JD with great distinction (Saskatchewan, 2014)
  • B.Comm. with great distinction (Saskatchewan, 2013)

Services and Industries

Amy Gibson carries on a general labour and employment practice.

Amy Gibson carries on a general labour and employment practice. She advises employers on a variety of labour issues, including union certification drives, collective agreement interpretation, labour disputes, workplace policies, discipline and discharge, employment contracts, OH&S, workers’ compensation, labour standards and human rights. She has experience with a variety of court and administrative proceedings as well as representing clients before the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board and in Canada Labour Code unjust dismissal adjudications.

  • CIRA/ACRA Saskatoon Chapter Advisory Committee Member (2018-presemt)
  • Editor, Saskatchewan Law Review (2012/2013)
  • Volunteer, Pro-bono Students Canada (2011-2012)
  • Volunteer, Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network (2011-2012)
  • Volunteer, Global Gathering Place (2009-2011)
  • “Grappling with the Future of Law in the Context of Ongoing Change,” co-author with Dwight Newman, Michelle Biddulph, 76(1) Saskatchewan Law Review (2013)
  • “Book Note on Equity, Diversity, and Canadian Labour,” Gerald Hunt and David Rayside (ed), 76(1) Saskatchewan Law Review (2013)
  • “A Call to Recognize Basic Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples – Special Rapporteur’s Report on the Situation of Indigenous Peoples in the United States of America,” American Society of International Law Rights of Indigenous Peoples Newsletter (January 2013)
  • Law Society of Saskatchewan Award of Distinction for achieving the highest mark in the Saskatchewan CPLED Bar Admissions Program (2014-2015)
  • Gerda Bloemraad Prize in Immigration Law (Saskatchewan, 2014)
  • College of Law Academic Excellence Scholarship (Saskatchewan, 2013)
  • P. E. Mackenzie Scholarship (Saskatchewan, 2012)
  • Undergraduate Scholarship (Saskatchewan, 2010)