Noëlle Caloren has been a member of the Ottawa Office Litigation Department since her call to the bar. She is fluently bilingual in English and French and practises in both official languages.
Noëlle has developed an expertise in employment and labour law through her work for numerous public institutions, notably in the educational, healthcare and municipal sectors and for private sector corporate clients and individuals in the provincial and federal jurisdictions. She assists her clients with employment-related matters involving the preparation of contracts and policies, the negotiation and interpretation of collective agreements, the assessment of termination packages and representation in legal proceedings. Noëlle routinely advises on human rights issues and workplace investigations. She is well versed in health and safety matters and access to information and privacy rights in both the federal and provincial jurisdictions.
As a part-time member of the Ontario Civilian Police Commission for eight years (from September 2004 - September 2012) Noëlle acquired a sound knowledge of administrative law. In this role, she had occasion to preside over disciplinary appeals, public inquiries into the conduct of police service board members and police service disbandment hearings.