Sally Gomery is a senior litigation partner at Norton Rose Fulbright in Canada. Her practice focuses on business ethics and anti-corruption, procurement, class actions and insurance. She has clients in the financial, educational, construction, pharmaceutical, retail and professional services industries. Ms. Gomery works in both French and English and appears regularly before trial and appeal courts in Ontario and Québec, as well as the Supreme Court of Canada. Called to the Québec Bar in 1991 and the Ontario Bar in 1995, Ms. Gomery articled at the Supreme Court of Canada. She is Norton Rose Fulbright’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer and the head of its Business Ethics and Anti-Corruption team in Canada. Ms. Gomery is Vice Chancellor of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa and a member of the board of SenseAbility, a national not-for-profit organization which assists businesses in hiring people with disabilities.