Luisa’s practice encompasses a wide variety of areas, including administrative law and civil and commercial litigation. Luisa has been a partner since 2006 and a member of the Firm’s management committee since 2008. In 2018, Luisa became Managing Partner. In February 2016, Luisa received an Order-in-Council appointment as a part-time member of the Licence Appeal Tribunal. Luisa is counsel for the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports and has appeared on a number of anti-doping cases over the last several years. In addition, Luisa acts for students facing academic and non-academic related charges at secondary and post-secondary institutions throughout the Province. Further, Luisa acts as independent legal counsel for a number of regulated health colleges and administrative tribunals throughout the province. In that role, Luisa provides substantive and procedural advice during hearings, as well as ongoing training for adjudicators. In 2013, Luisa was appointed by former Chief Justice Warren Winkler to act as court monitor in the administration of two pan-Canadian settlements involving the tainted blood scandal, as well as the settlement involving water contamination in Walkerton, Ontario.