How many times has the quality of your
life been decreased by a workplace issue,
whether it be a difficult boss, an innacurate performance appraisal or an unexpected termination of employment? If you have felt vulnerable, confused, or disregarded as an employee, then this book is for you.
Called to the Ontario Bar in 1988, Leslie has practised with excellence in many areas. Since 1996 however, she has concentrated on Employment Law, mainly representing Employees. She represents Employers as well and finds that very rewarding. Legal Ease is Leslie's first book.
Leslie has a practice in Mediation and Arbitration where she acts in a neutral capacity assisting parties to a dispute craft a settlement or being a decision-maker. As a Small Claims Court Judge since 2003, Leslie has conducted hundreds of settlement conferences and decisions on a vast array of civil matters.
Since 1997, Leslie has written several legal columns and numerous articles in various publications including The Litigator Magazine, The Burlington Post, The Oakville Beaver Newspaper and the Christian Legal Fellowship Journal. Legal Ease is Leslie's first book and is the culmination of her life's work.
For the past 20 years, Leslie has spoken at numerous conferences and to various groups of individuals on many topics including Employment Law, Civility and Ethics in the Practice of Law and Professionalism. Leslie has also spoken at continuing legal education seminars and workshops.
Employment Lawyer & Author of Legal Ease Canada PRESENTS:
Don't go to work unprotected! Know your rights as a Canadian non-union employee!
Essential Legal Strategies to Protect Canadian Non-union Employees
Leslie J. Smith
18 ESSENTIAL LEGAL STRATEGIES
Every Canadian Non-Union Employee MUST KNOW!