Background & Experience
Leo McGrady is counsel with Koskie Glavin Gordon in Vancouver, British Columbia. He received his degrees from the University of Toronto and the University of Manitoba.
He represents unions, employees, NGOs, journalists and media on labour relations, class actions, human rights, as well as privacy, FOI and defamation issues.
He has written and spoken in Canada, the U.S., Mexico, and Europe on a variety of subjects, including the impact of trade agreements on human rights and labour law.
Mr. McGrady has argued cases at all levels of Courts in British Columbia and the Yukon. He has also been counsel on a number of precedent setting Charter / labour law cases at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Mr. McGrady has taught at the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia, Capilano University and Simon Fraser University. He is also a Director for Lawyers Rights Watch.
He commutes from Nanaimo, where his wife Patricia is Dean of Health at the University. They spend much of their free time with their six grandchildren, and share with them their love of soccer, cross-country skiing, and poetry.