Roster of Independent Practitioners
Ethical Associates Inc. maintains a roster of diverse human rights lawyers, equity practitioners and adjudicators who work independently and are available to serve as dedicated neutrals in the resolution of complex disputes. Please contact us if you wish to retain any of the independent practitioners on our roster.
Dina is a human rights and employment lawyer, with a focus on equity and inclusion. Her practice includes litigating human rights matters before courts and tribunals, along with advancing inclusion strategies with several large institutions.
Dina Gang conducts investigations on discrimination and harassment complaints, as well as sexual violence and professional misconduct cases. Dina is a human rights and employment lawyer, with a focus on equity and inclusion. Her practice includes litigating human rights matters before courts and tribunals, along with advancing inclusion strategies with several large institutions.
Dina has conducted a wide range of investigations and workplace reviews, particularly in the academic, education and not-for-profit sectors. She has led a number of equity assessments in large institutions and excels at preparing shared narrative reports for situations of deep conflict and departmental dysfunction.
Prior to working with Ethical Associates, Dina worked at a Toronto employment and human rights law firm where she focused largely on human rights claims in the employment context and prepared tribunal applications before the HRTO.
Dina also worked part-time during law school for a former Vice-Chair of the HRTO, assisting with legal research, legal drafting, investigations, and report writing. In her second year of law school, Dina worked at ARCH Disability Law Centre, where she worked with persons with disabilities to advance their human rights claims and assisted staff lawyers with disability-related cases and research.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree at the University of King’s College in Halifax, Dina also served on the executive of King’s PRIDE and completed the Addictions Training Program: Building our Healthy Campus provided by the Nova Scotia Health Authority. She worked as a residence don at Kings, where she supported students during times of interpersonal and mental-health related crisis and conflict.
Dina is licensed as a Barrister and Solicitor with the Law Society of Ontario, and is a member of the Association of Workplace Investigators, the Toronto Lawyers Association and the Canadian Association for the Prevention of Discrimination and Harassment in Higher Education (CAPDHHE). She is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and completed her articling year with Ethical Associates.