Gordon practises in the areas of labour, employment, and human rights law representing unions and individual clients. He has acted as counsel in numerous Arbitrations and in provincial and federal Labour Relations Board matters . He has also appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal, and, as junior counsel, before the Supreme Court of Canada.
Gordon has presented on a variety of topics at labour and employment conferences and seminars, including family status discrimination, social media issues in the workplace, the duty to accommodate, and progressive discipline, among others. Since 2016, Gordon has taught Labour Law at the University of Alberta as a sessional instructor.
Gordon joined Chivers Carpenter in 2017. Previously, he practised labour and employment law for several years at a national law firm in Edmonton.
- Admitted to the Bar of Alberta, 2012
- LL.B., University of Alberta, 2011 (with distinction)
- B.A. (History and Philosophy), University of Alberta, 2008 (with distinction)
- Executive Member, Labour and Employment Section, CBA North
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