Professional Services

Version 2

Independent and thorough investigation and dispute resolution

for unionized and non-unionized workplaces


Workplace Investigation

With over 15 years of experience practising labour and employment law in Canada and the United States. I investigate –

  • bullying, harassment and reprisal under human rights and health and safety legislation
  • discrimination allegations
  • privacy breaches in the workplace
  • violations of employment policies and procedures
hesitant impatient
  • Certificate, Training Institute for Workplace Investigators, Association of Workplace Investigators, May 2016
  • Certified in Workplace Investigation, York University Law School and Human Resources Professionals Association
  • Member of the Association of Workplace Investigators, Canadian Chapter

Workplace Mediation

As legal counsel for education, healthcare, and federal-government organizations for over 15 years, I have extensive employee relations experience to mediate –
  • disciplinary matters between employees and their supervisors or managers
  • discrimination allegations
  • employment severance negotiations
  • interpersonal disputes between employees


  • Member, Executive Committee, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, Ontario Bar Association, as of June 2016 
  • Member, Board of Directors, Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario, as of June 2016 
  • Certified in Advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution, University of Windsor Law School and Stitt Feld Handy Group
  • Member and Co-chair, Workplace Section, Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada, Ontario Chapter 
  • Member, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, Canadian Bar Association – Ontario Chapter.

Angela A. Bradley – Workplace Investigator, Mediator, and Lawyer


  • St. Michael’s Hospital (2010-2014) Counsel, Employment and Labour
  • Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark, LLP (2007-2009) Associate Lawyer
  • Toronto District School Board Legal Services (2006-2007) Articling Student
  • Law Society of Upper Canada, Barrister & Solicitor (2007) and University of Toronto Faculty of Law, J.D. Equivalency (2006)
  • U.S. Department of Commerce (2003-2005) Employment and Labor Lawyer
  • U.S. Federal Labor Relations Authority (1998-2003) Investigator, Mediator, Prosecutor, and Hearing Officer
  • Massachusetts Bar, Attorney (1999) and Northeastern University School of Law, Juris Doctor (1998)

I provide legal advice within the investigation context. However, I refer to my lawyer-colleagues any requests for legal representation or advice for either employees or employers.