Richa Sandill is an Associate at Wilson Vukelich LLP practicing in Labour & Employment Law in the firm’s Litigation Department. She is developing a broad ranging employment & labour law practice, including a particular interest in training and advising clients on human rights, discrimination, and workplace harassment matters.
Prior to joining Wilson Vukelich LLP in 2018, Richa articled and practiced at a leading Toronto boutique employment law firm where she acted on behalf of both employers and employees, including assisting in a number of complex employment litigation disputes. She has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
Involvement & Recognition
Richa is a dedicated legal writer, having written or been quoted in publications such as the Canadian HR Reporter, the Huffington Post, the Ontario Bar Association’s JUST Magazine, the Law Times, and the Globe & Mail. She is also an extremely active member of the legal progression. She currently serves as Secretary for the Ontario Bar Association’s Women Lawyers Forum, and the Ontario Bar Association’s Constitutional, Civil Liberties, and Human Rights section. She has served on both of these sections’ executive committees since 2014. Additionally, in August 2017, she was elected to the Board of Directors of the South Asian Bar Association.
In her spare time, Richa enjoys spending time with friends and family, following international cinema, and keeping up with dance classes. Richa is fluent in Hindi and spoken Urdu, and welcomes the opportunity to provide legal services to the South Asian community.