Nhi Huynh represents employees and employers in all employment law and human rights law matters, including matters regarding wrongful termination, constructive dismissal, employment contracts, long-term disability benefits claims, bullying, harassment, and discrimination. She also works with clients in the civil litigation process.
Nhi gained experience in employment, labour, and disability law while completing an internship as a first-year summer student at a well-known employment and labour law firm. She then summered and articled at a law firm in Ottawa practising civil litigation, employment and labour law, and human rights law. Nhi was recognized for her commitment to women’s equality, labour, and human rights law with the Alison Dewar Scholarship.
Nhi has assisted with mediations, arbitrations, and cases before tribunals, the Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court, and the Federal Court of Appeal. She has experience working in both the Civil Litigation section and the Policy Centre for Victim Issues at Justice Canada.
During law school, Nhi was actively involved as Chair of the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers University of Ottawa Student Chapter, Committee Head for University of Ottawa Association of Women and the Law, External Executive for OUTLaw, Conference Organizer for A2Justice, and Caseworker for the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic.
In her spare time, Nhi enjoys playing music, painting, playing strategic board games, and road trips.