Labour and Employment
Osgoode Hall, LL.B.
Chantel Goldsmith is a Partner at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP and practices exclusively in the area of labour and employment law. An outspoken practitioner of employment, labour, and human rights, she loves - and is committed to - her busy practice. An admitted "wolf in sheep's clothing", she persistently pursues her clients' interests vigorously, with self-confidence and unwavering determination.
Chantel knew the future focus of her career early on and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in 2007. Her course emphasis was Human Rights and Labour & Employment law. She articled at a large, traditional law firm.
Chantel prides herself in developing an emotional bond with each and every client - employer or employee. She has a balanced practice of acting on behalf of employers and employees, giving her the ability to know, anticipate, and counter opposing counsels' next move.
Chantel takes exceptional pride in her Métis/Polish heritage and, along with her mother, was a founding member of the Métis Nation of Ontario. At law school, she was a founding member and Vice President of the Osgoode Indigenous Students' Association. Her commitment to community service continues as the past Vice Chair of the Corporate Board of Directors for the Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK), and current Appointed Public Member of the College of Naturopaths of Ontario.
Chantel spends her free time with her husband and twins and is an energetic outdoor enthusiast, enjoying horseback riding, camping, canoeing, snowboarding, and fishing.CHANTEL in Benefits Canada: Exaggerated Medical Conditions