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.
Rudy Ticzon is a human rights lawyer and workplace investigator with several years of experience working in human rights, equity, and diversity issues and initiatives.
Rudy Ticzon is a human rights lawyer and workplace investigator with several years of experience working in human rights, equity, and diversity issues and initiatives. Prior to practicing law, he served as the Community and Policy Advisor in the Equity Initiatives Department at the Law Society of Upper Canada for 10 years. In this role, Rudy worked with diverse communities and various legal stakeholders to promote education, dialogue, and training on human rights and equity issues in the legal profession. He was also responsible for developing and implementing public legal education programs for the Law Society and provided input into research and policy development projects involving human rights and inclusion issues.
Prior to his work with the Law Society, Rudy developed over 10 years of experience in public affairs, policy development, and communication through his work in government and in the private and non-profit sectors. He has also served as a special assistant and advisor to cabinet ministers in the Ontario government, where he was involved in consultative and legislative processes for key government legislation related to equality rights, disability issues, human rights, and health care.
Rudy has served on the Board of Management of The 519 Church Street Community Centre for four years and was Vice-Chair of the Board. The 519 Board of Management is a policy-based board providing vision, leadership and oversight to The 519 Church Street Community Centre, a City of Toronto funded Community Centre whose board of management is elected by the community and appointed by Toronto City Council.