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Serious insight for serious situations.

Serious insight for serious situations.

Elizabeth Bingham

B.A. Hons., J.D.


About Elizabeth Bingham

Elizabeth Bingham brings a high level of skillfulness to Rubin Thomlinson. Her expertise includes handling cases with challenging factors such as potentially contradictory evidence, reluctant interviewees, and the implications of disability, mental health, and class.

Elizabeth’s practical, methodical process and problem-solving nature have proven assets to her clients, allowing her to parse the facts reliably and responsibly, even in convoluted cases, while minimizing stress and slowdowns for all involved. She is also a strong listener, offering all parties a compassionate and considerate presence to share their stories.

Expertise & Services

Elizabeth’s expertise includes investigating complaints of harassment, discrimination, and other forms of misconduct within the education sector. She is trained in a trauma-informed approach to investigations and is experienced in conducting investigations that involve allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Elizabeth is also experienced in conducting workplace assessments and reviews aimed at helping organizations across a variety of sectors proactively identify and curb dysfunction. Finally,
Elizabeth provides workplace investigation and human rights training to staff at all levels.

As Partner, Elizabeth oversees a team of investigators, providing guidance and advice regarding process and best practices in investigations.


Before joining Rubin Thomlinson, Elizabeth served several law firms and institutions, with a focus on criminal defence. This high-stakes work included investigating complaints and allegations, conducting examinations and cross-examinations, representing clients in court and in review board hearings, and considerable research and reporting.

  • Called to the Bar of Ontario
  • B.A Hons., Queen’s University
  • J.D University of Toronto, Faculty of Law

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