About Martin Ejidra
An analytical thinker with experience handling various issues related to employment law, Martin Ejidra thoroughly evaluates all of the available information before making any conclusions. His investigatory skills have been honed through his experience investigating discrimination and human rights claims, which often pose particular challenges such as finding adequate evidence and finding sources who can corroborate a claimant’s allegations.
In addition to being analytically minded, Martin is also an empathetic and active listener. He developed these skills while working with people who are in vulnerable workplace situations and even states of crisis. As an investigator, Martin deftly navigates difficult emotional states to gather information and assess situations accurately.
Expertise & Services
At Rubin Thomlinson, Martin investigates complaints of discrimination, harassment, and other workplace offences. He also provides workplace training to both employers and employees that helps them to identify issues that might exist within their office culture and provides them with tools to build and maintain healthy workplaces
Before joining Rubin Thomlinson, Martin worked as a caseworker at the Parkdale Community Legal Clinic, where he helped clients navigate employment law issues, and as an articling student at the Ministry of the Attorney General Crown Law Office – Civil, where he assisted senior counsel in cases involving tort liability, policy decisions, and expropriation, among others.
Prior to law, Martin worked as a primary/junior teacher with the Toronto District School Board, where he prepared lesson plans covering various subjects in line with the curriculum expectations. Martin is also an avid sports fan and player who loves both basketball and soccer. While attending law school, he served as the Sports Editor for Obiter Dicta, the Official Newspaper of Osgoode Hall Law School.
- Member, Law Society of Ontario
- J.D., Candidate, Osgoode Hall Law School
- Bachelor of Education, Lakehead University
- Honours Bachelor of Arts, University of Toronto, St. George