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Ronni has had the privilege of acting for unions, and on behalf of union members, in grievance arbitrations, before all levels of Court in Saskatchewan and the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal as well as the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board and Canada Industrial Relations Board. In addition to her labour law practice Ronni assists workers in employment law matters and matters relating to professional discipline. Ronni is serving her second term as a Bencher of the Law Society of Saskatchewan and is Chair of the Canadian Bar Association Admin/Labour & Employment Law South Section and was recently elected as Secretary of the CBA National Labour & Employment Law Section. In addition, Ronni has been appointed as a Hearing Officer of the Saskatchewan Police Commission and is active with many volunteer boards and organizations, with a focus in the areas of addictions, mental health and recovery. In her spare time (or even on work time) Ronni will be found with her almost constant canine companion “Stevie Wonder”. In addition, Ronni enjoys spending time with her horses or travelling to see her two grown children, both of whom reside outside of Saskatchewan.
Dan became a lawyer to fight for people. He strives to do this work with practicality, creativity and tenacity. Dan will explain the legal options available to you, and diligently pursue them. Dan works in the areas of labour, employment, administrative and criminal law. He assists clients when they have problems in the workplace or with governmental bodies. Dan has appeared at all levels of court in Saskatchewan, including the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal on both criminal and administrative matters. He has also appeared in front of various boards and tribunals. For what it’s worth, Dan did well in law school. He graduated from the U of S College of Law with distinction, earning awards in appellate advocacy and criminal law. In his spare time, Dan enjoys hiking, camping, and going to the dog park with his best friend, Jinny.
Michelle has over ten years of office administration experience, with six of those years being in the legal field. Michelle has experience working with government offices, as well as small and large law firms in the Province of Saskatchewan. In addition to these work experiences, she also has certificates in Office Education, Human Resources Management, and in 2015 she obtained her Paralegal Certificate. When not at work, Michelle enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog, Thor, and their extended families. More often than not, she can be found curled up on her deck with a book in hand. Being a dedicated sports fan she also supports her local teams with season tickets for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and attends as many Regina Pats games as possible.
Olufunmilola (Lola) Ayotunde was called to the Nigerian Bar in February 2012 and later worked as an in-house counsel for an investment company in Lagos, Nigeria till she relocated to Canada in 2014. Lola received her Master of Laws degree in June 2016 focusing on Indigenous Rights. During her Masters program, Lola worked as a research assistant and participated in national and international conferences, including the Law and Society Conference, 2015. Lola joined the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission in September 2015 as a paralegal and completed 6 months of the one year articling term with the Commission. Lola will complete her articling year with NORDAL LeBlanc Law Office after which she intends to practice law in Saskatoon while completing her Ph.D.
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Located in Regina, SK, we are committed to providing our clients with passionate and skilled labour law representation. Ronni Nordal and Daniel LeBlanc practice the union side of labour law, representing the interests of employees and trade unions before the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, numerous arbitration boards, and all levels of Court.
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Items of interest
RONNI NORDAL: "Do I still have to hire her if she's pregnant?" READ MORE HERE
NORDAL LEBLANC EVENT: The Migrant Worker Experience - The Fear Is Real. READ MORE HERE
DANIEL LEBLANC: Saskatchewan’s Legal Aid system provides service in only two areas of law: criminal and family. READ MORE HERE.
Employers do not have the right to apply to exclude Supervisory Employees from existing bargaining units. READ MORE HERE.
British Columbia Physicians charge employers who are requiring unnecessary sick notes. READ MORE HERE.