Lisa Stam is founder of Spring Law, a virtual law firm advising exclusively on workplace legal issues for employers and executives. She practices all aspects of employment, labour, privacy, and human rights law, with a particular interest in legal issues arising from technology in the workplace. Lisa’s practice includes a wide range of entrepreneurs in the tech space, as well as global companies with smaller operations in Canada. In addition to the day to day workplace issues from hiring to firing, Lisa frequently blogs and speaks on both the impact, risks and opportunities of social media and technology issues in (and out of) the workplace, as well as the novel ways in which changing expectations of privacy continues to evolve employment law. Lisa spent 3 years in union-side boutiques, 7 years at the global law firm Baker McKenzie advising global employers, was a co-founding partner of an employment law boutique in 2014, and launched Spring Law in 2017. She continues to represent both employers and executives. Lisa graduated from Dalhousie Law School, after completing an undergraduate degree in medieval history at the University of Toronto.
Since 2009, this blog has been my opportunity to participate in this brave new world.
General Biographical Information:
- Lawyer licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario)
- Member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association
- Member of the Women’s Law Association of Ontario
- Member of the Canadian Netherlands Business and Professionals Association
- University of Toronto, Hons. B.A.
- Dalhousie University, LLB
- Called to the bar in Ontario, 2004