Linda Rothstein practises in the areas of civil and administrative litigation with particular expertise in class actions, commercial litigation, professional liability and misconduct, public law, employment and human rights, judicial review and appeals. Commission counsel to the Goudge Inquiry (2007–2008); lead counsel to the City of Toronto in the Computer Leasing Inquiry (2002–2005). Toronto Regional Bencher of The Law Society of Upper Canada. Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers. Fellow and board member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America. Past president (2005–2006) of The Advocates’ Society (Ontario). Co-author of Lawyers’ Professional Liability 2nd ed. (Butterworths, 1999) and "Professional Liability" (ch. 9) in D. Lundy, G. MacKenzie and M. Newbury, Barristers & Solicitors in Practice, (Butterworths, 1998). Recipient of the prestigious Law Society Medal and the Award of Distinction from the Toronto Lawyers’ Association and the 2013 Lexpert Zenith Award. Honoured by The Best Lawyers in Canada as the best Administrative and Public Law Lawyer (2012) and the best Employment and Labour Law Lawyer (2013); University of Toronto Distinguished Alumnus Award (2014).