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Katie Dunn

Paralegal and Certified Workplace Investigator


    • Workplace Investigations
    • Employment law and litigation
    • Human rights complaints
    • Workplace culture assessment and transformations

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PhilosophyIn a word: Inquisitive

Katie knows that even seemingly small workplace issues can have a big impact on a person’s life and career. So her approach to workplace challenges is simple: listen, provide guidance, and be compassionate.

Katie’s passion for justice led to her career as a paralegal, and her grounded approach has helped her create successful outcomes for her clients from civil litigation, to workplace investigations and cultural assessments.

Paralegal Diploma, High Honours, Sheridan College, 2014, licensed paralegal since 2014.
Bachelor of Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2011


While obtaining her paralegal diploma with high honours, Katie was the recipient of the Yvette Johnston-Henry award for leadership and academic excellence. Katie was nominated by a panel of her professors based on her academic performance and leadership qualities demonstrated through class projects, mock trials and court attendances.


As the daughter of a small business owner and a VP of HR, Katie gained an insider’s view of workplace issues. Katie quickly learned there are three sides to every story and that taking a mindful and fair approach can help solve even the most complex of problems.

Katie is passionate about fair and equitable solutions to workplace challenges and draws on her personal and professional experience to help both individuals and organizations.

An interesting tidbit

An avid traveler, Katie lives by the saying, “when in Rome”. That philosophy helped her survive a sandstorm while camping in the Sahara Desert and while rappelling into one of the many ice caves on a climbing expedition of Sólheimajökull Glacier in Iceland. Her adventures have also included partaking in local delicacies to fully experience each place she visits.



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