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.
Malik has published on disability-related topics, such as the legislated enforcement regime of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
Malik Musleh is a Toronto-based human rights lawyer. He was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2018 after completing his articles with the Office of the Ontario Ombudsman. While working at the Ontario Ombudsman, Malik participated in both systemic and narrowly focused investigations. His time at the Ontario Ombudsman also allowed him to resolve complaints with a variety of government bodies, including post-secondary institutions, municipal councils, and administrative tribunals.
Malik previously worked as a caseworker at Parkdale Community Legal Services, a legal aid clinic, where he represented clients with disabilities in litigation at administrative tribunals. He received his Bachelors’ degree in History and Political Science, as well as a Masters’ degree in History from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a Juris Doctor degree from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Malik has published on disability-related topics, such as the legislated enforcement regime of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Prior to entering the legal field, Malik served in senior leadership positions in the not-for-profit sector for six-years. He currently sits on several not-for-profit committees and boards, including being Co-Chair of the MLSC project, an access-to-justice initiative supported by the Law Foundation of Ontario.