Amanda has more than 20 years’ experience practising labour and employment law. She regularly represents employers at all levels of Court in Ontario and appears before the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, the Grievance Settlement Board and labour arbitrators. She has successfully represented management clients in more than 100 hearings and trials. In March 2020, Amanda co-founded Hunter Liberatore Law LLP with a vision of creating an inclusive, innovative and cost effective law firm that prioritizes client service. Amanda is a minimum standards legislation expert who enjoys the challenge of advising on compliance issues. She represents both private and public employers with clients in different industries and sectors including manufacturing, financial services, social services, technology, municipalities, hospitals and education. Amanda values mentorship, building diversity, inclusion and equity in the legal profession. She is the Secretary of The Advocates' Society Labour & Employment Practice Group, a Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association's International Section Employment Committee and a member of Egale's Legal Issues Committee which considers interventions in legal proceedings that may impact the 2SLGBTQI community.