Background & Experience
William Clements (Will) represents unions before arbitration panels, the Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal, and the courts. Will also provides advice and representation for workers in workers' compensation claims, and represents unions and individuals in civil litigation and judicial review applications of administrative tribunal decisions.
Will provides advice on the interpretation of collective agreements and the right to privacy in the workplace. He has acted on complex matters involving the duty to accommodate both mental and physical disabilities.
Will became an associate of the firm in March 2002. In January 2008 he became a partner. He is a graduate of McGill University and the University of Saskatchewan law school, and articled at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.