SpringLaw welcomes Flora VinebergOctober 5, 2021
We are thrilled to announce that Flora Vineberg has joined our team.
Flora is a formidable advocate specializing in labour and employment law, with a specific focus on sexual assault, harassment and human rights litigation, and workplace investigations. She recognizes the value of a healthy and productive workforce, and works alongside both employees and employers to achieve positive, sustainable legal outcomes predicated on trust and professionalism.
With a focus on gender-based violence, Flora has worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, received training in The Hague to conduct international criminal investigations, and is currently also an Investigator with the province’s Special Investigations Unit. Flora has volunteered for and participated in myriad forms of community-based advocacy including the Toronto Police Services Sexual Assault Advisory Committee, and the Missing and Missed Implementation Task Force as part of the LGBTQ community. Flora regularly writes and speaks publicly regarding all aspects of sexual assault, centering a feminist approach to legal advocacy and an enduring commitment to building client trust.
Flora’s diverse experience and expertise will enable SpringLaw to expand the scope of our services to both our employer and employee clients, as well as victims of sexual assault. Employing a client-centered and trauma-informed approach, Flora’s background in both criminal and civil law enables her to represent clients from all walks of life with compassion, tenacity and focus. In turn, she uses these skills to provide informed and thoughtful legal advice, while incorporating strategic or creative solutions to myriad workplace and human rights-based issues.
Welcome to SpringLaw Flora!
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