Grant Mitchell, Q.C. retiring after notable legal career
After 37 illustrious years with the firm, Grant Mitchell, Q.C., Partner at Taylor McCaffrey, LLP is retiring. Grant focused his career on two areas: labour and employment law, and human rights law. He is considered one of the leading practitioners in both fields in Manitoba. He has represented many of the largest and most prestigious employers in the province, including the largest universities, municipalities, manufacturers, construction companies, retail companies and service organizations.
Grant was admitted to the Manitoba Bar in 1978 and appointed Queen’s Council in 1998.
Grant was widely respected for his expertise and generously shared his knowledge with the legal community. He wrote a number of respected articles for legal journals during his career and taught the only Labour Management Relations course at the University of Manitoba in the Faculty of Law. He also contributed to professional associations and volunteered in multiple capacities including for Athletics Canada, Athletics Manitoba, the United Way of Winnipeg, the Society of Manitobans with Disabilities and the Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties. He has always been a leader in our community, a role model at the firm and we wish him all the best in his well-deserved retirement.
Ken Dolinsky, and Jeff Palamar, as the senior partners of our labour and employment group along with the partners and members of our labour and employment team, will continue to provide excellent service and care to all of Grant’s clients.
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