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Ken Stuebing began working with CaleyWray Labour and Employment Lawyers as an articling student and joined the firm in 2005 following his call to the Bar.
Ken practices in all areas of labour law acting on behalf of trade unions and associations. Ken’s practice includes appearing at arbitration, before labour boards and other administrative tribunals and providing advice on collective bargaining issues.
Over the course of his career as a legal representative—first with Advocates for Injured Workers (a satellite clinic of the Industrial Accidents Victims Group of Ontario) and presently at CaleyWray—he has developed a special interest in Workplace Safety and Insurance Board claims representation and related issues.
While in law school, Ken co-founded the Student Public Interest Network Legal Action Workshops (SPINLAW) group that organizes annual conferences to highlight pressing issues in social justice and public policy. In 2004, Ken was awarded the Osgoode Society Legal History Book Prize for excellence in legal historical writing.
Ken is a firm believer in the transformative power of song and the importance of music in general for social movements. For Ken, music is like breathing.
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