Casey M. Dockendorff
Casey is Partner with Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP, practising in all areas of labour and employment law and working out of the firm’s London office. Providing practical and timely advice to clients in both in the public and private sector, Casey prides herself on her access to clients. Casey regularly represents clients at various tribunals and at all levels of court in all matters relating to labour and employment law, including human rights, wrongful dismissal actions, labour arbitration, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act matter, and the Ontario Labour Relations Board. Casey also regularly speaks at conferences, meetings and seminars held by various human resources groups and organizations in London and throughout Ontario.
Prior to joining Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP, Casey practiced management-side labour and employment law with a large boutique firm in Toronto. She then went on to become in-house counsel for a large municipality in Ontario, acting as their sole labour and employment counsel, prior to joining Filion Wakely in 2011.
Casey is very active in the London community, serving on multiple boards and involving herself in many community fundraising events. Casey is also currently participating in the Brescia Professional Mentoring Program, acting as a mentor to a soon-to-be professional.
When Casey is not too busy with her practice and community involvement, she spends time with her two young daughters and husband exploring what the City of London and Province of Ontario have to offer. Having grown up in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Casey is fully bilingual and has recently taken on the task of teaching her daughters French.
EducationCasey obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2001 from St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, majoring in Psychology and Criminology. She subsequently received her Bachelor of Laws degree in 2004 from the University of New Brunswick. Casey was Called to the Bar in the Province of Ontario in 2005.
Memberships & Affiliations
- The Law Society of Upper Canada
- The Canadian Bar Association
- The Ontario Bar Association
- Canadian Association of Counsel to Employees
- The Advocates’ Society
- The Middlesex Law Association