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Serious insight for serious situations.

Serious insight for serious situations.

Chantel Levy

B.M.O.S. Hons., J.D.

Workplace Investigator & Trainer

About Chantel Levy

A passionate and perceptive lawyer with years of experience managing and reviewing  investigations, Chantel Levy has provided advice and direction on a wide range of workplace issues, including harassment and discrimination, employment standards, and fraudulent activity. Chantel began her legal career as an associate lawyer for personal injury and insurance litigation law firm, where she represented insurance companies in matters relating to property damage, accidents, contractor negligence, and product liability, before becoming the in-house Ethics Manager for a major international retailer.

While working as the in-house Ethics Manager, Chantel shifted her focus to workplace investigations, where she managed ethics investigations relating to harassment, discrimination, employment standards, conflicts of interest, privacy breaches, and fraudulent activity.

In addition to her professional experience, Chantel has volunteered with the Toronto Lawyers Feed the Hungry program, which provides hot, healthy community meals to residents in need.

Expertise & Services

As a workplace investigation and training lawyer, Chantel brings her investigation skills and business acumen to investigate complaints of discrimination, harassment, and other workplace offences.

Background

Chantel earned her undergraduate degree in Management & Organizational Studies from Western University in 2009, before attending law school at Queen’s University. While a law student at Queen’s, she earned a certificate in International Law from the Bader International Study Centre in the United Kingdom.

  • Member, Law Society of Ontario
  • J.D., Queen’s University
  • Honours Bachelor Degree, Western University

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