Geoffrey Chambers-Bédard HBA, JD
Geoffrey is an associate lawyer with Buset LLP, focusing on labour and employment matters. He provides advice and representation to clients in the private and public sectors on a wide range of employment, labour, and human rights matters. Geoffrey brings a goal-oriented, proactive, and detailed approach to his practice, providing creative and practical solutions to complex legal and human resources problems.
Prior to joining Buset LLP as an associate, Geoffrey worked as a research assistant to Professor Jim Phillips at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, assisting in all facets of research over a broad swath of subject matter areas, including the development of labour law, the Numbered treaties and associated treaty-making processes, the foundations of Indigenous lands policies, and mining law. Geoffrey also worked as an Early Resolutions Officer in the Children and Youth Unit at the Ontario Ombudsman, where he was involved in all facets of complaint resolution, with a specific focus on complex matters and Indigenous issues.
Geoffrey received his JD from the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University and was called to the bar in Ontario in 2019. While at Osgoode, Geoffrey was a student member of the Osgoode Society for Legal History and was a volunteer research assistant at the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law.
Outside of the office, Geoffrey enjoys a variety of athletic and artistic interests.