Lawyer & Workplace Investigator
Christina Iannozzi’s practice is focused exclusively on conducting independent workplace investigations and culture audits/assessments as a neutral third-party. In this respect, Christina has conducted a wide range of workplace investigations, including investigating allegations of workplace harassment/bullying, sexual harassment, incidents of workplace violence, human rights violations (including unconscious bias, microaggressions and Anti-Black/Anti-Indigenous racism) and employee misconduct – in both the private and public sectors. As a workplace investigator, Christina is known for her strong analytical and fact-finding skills, and sensitivity towards all participants. Investigation participants can be confident that Christina’s investigations are conducted in a good faith, balanced, and confidential manner.
Christina is a practical employment and labour lawyer, with both boutique law firm and in-house experience. Christina’s experience sitting on both sides of the table, having previously represented both employers and employees, allows for a deep understanding of the modern workplace. This experience forms a critical part of her investigations and allows Christina to be a true neutral, seeing workplace disputes from different perspectives and enabling her to conduct investigations that are sensitive to each particular set of circumstances.
Christina was initially drawn to the workplace law practice area, and in particular the area of human rights, because of the human element that is fundamental, She observed that the effect the law has on the individual is often overlooked in other areas of practice, and was inspired by the opportunities employment law presented to create tangible, meaningful results for both her employer and employee clients.
Christina attended law school at Western University, where she also completed her LLM in workplace discrimination on the basis of mental health. Christina also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Science and Business from McMaster University and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2018.
Christina is a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Association of Workplace Investigators, which runs the only accredited workplace investigations training program in North America, and is the Treasurer of the non-profit organization, Young Women in Law. In her spare time, Christina enjoys gardening, her book club, and cooking for others.
If you would like to connect with Christina, she can be reached at email@example.com