Aleisha provides advice and representation for clients on all aspects of labour and employment law, and has a developed practice in the field Human Rights law. She litigates before private arbitrators and a variety of administrative tribunals, and is experienced in the litigation techniques of rights arbitration, interest arbitration, and expedited processes.
While pursuing her law degree, Aleisha studied civil law at the University of Montpellier in France, and was the recipient of several awards in the areas of women's rights law, international law and labour law. Aleisha graduated with honours from the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, and was the Gold Medalist of her Honours B.A. graduating class where she focused her studies on human rights, sustainable development, and labour rights. Aleisha also holds a Masters Degree in International Affairs with a focus on international human rights and humanitarian law.
Aleisha has backpacked, worked, schooled or lived in six of the world's continents, most recently volunteering her time and expertise at a Legal Aid Clinic in Cape Town, South Africa. She thrives on participation in team sports and endurance competitions, particularly triathlons.