Susan Orenstein Little
The senior partner at Orenstein & Associates/OLS, Susan has been a highly successful management lawyer for over 40 years qualified to practice in both Quebec and Ontario. Over the course of her distinguished career, she has vigilantly and successfully represented businesses, corporations, hospitals, charities & school boards.
An expert in labour and employment law, Susan has helped employers with every type of employment matter. Whether dealing with individual employees, unions, corporate restructuring, CSST, mediation or arbitration, Susan has achieved excellent results throughout her career. She has taken on many challenging cases and set several significant precedents. Susan’s assessments on employment law have even been published in the National Post, one of Canada’s most distinguished newspapers. Her keen strategic mind, years of specialized experience and practical attitude have helped to prevent just as many problems as she has solved.
Susan has served on several arbitration panels. She has helped opposing parties find common ground even when it seemed virtually impossible. She has also served as advisor and mediator in numerous successions disputes.
As an advisor, Susan has served on several corporate and non-profit boards. She has provided legal & strategic advice, as well as advice on financial planning and management. Her integrity is indisputable and her organizational abilities are second to none.
Most recently, Susan has served as a judge in several Moots, and administered grants for charitable foundations.
B.C.L (1976) L.L.B (1977)
Quebec Bar (1980)
Ontario Bar (1979)
Governor of The Foundation of The Quebec Bar (2000)