Jenna Bontorin is a lawyer with a practice dedicated to a wide range of labour and employment law and civil litigation matters, including collective bargaining and arbitration, human rights and accommodation, developing workplace policies, wrongful dismissal, and employment standards.
Jenna is a graduate of the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and completed her articles and practiced at leading litigation firms in Toronto prior to joining PooranLaw. She has appeared before various levels of court, as well as several administrative boards and tribunals. During her studies, Jenna was engaged in a variety of advocacy-focused endeavors, including competing in the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition, and serving as co-chair of the Windsor Law Advocacy Committee. Jenna also worked as a student caseworker at Legal Assistance of Windsor, where she assisted vulnerable populations in advocating for employment standards, social benefits entitlements, and criminal injuries compensation.
Prior to law school, Jenna received a B.A. (Hons) from the University of Windsor, majoring in Political Science and Digital Journalism. She also worked as an intern at the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Social Policy and Development in New York, New York.