Glen Stratton (he/him/his) is an Employment and Human Rights Lawyer at Kent Employment Law.
He received his Honours Bachelor of Arts at the University of Toronto (Trinity College) where he did a double major in Political Science and Ethics, Society, and Law. He received his Juris Doctorate at the University of British Columbia’s Peter A. Allard School of Law.
He advises clients on workplace law issues including wrongful dismissal, disciplining and/or dismissing employees, properly conducting investigations, drafting employment contracts, and advising on human rights issues.
Glen understands the human component of workplace law-related issues, and he has specific experience related to wrongful termination claims involving senior management personnel and related shareholder disputes.
Glen has appeared before the Provincial Court of British Columbia and the Supreme Court of British Columbia. He has represented clients at trial, in arbitration, on applications, and on petitions in courts. He was called to the British Columbia bar in 2019. He is a recipient of the J.E (Jack) Klinck Award.
As an LGBTQTS+ Indigenous person from the Mississaugas of the Credit, Glen is passionate about offering Pro Bono and volunteer services to the interest groups he represents to advance social change. In this capacity, he is a Director at QMUNITY and the CBA’s SOGIC subsection, and he volunteers at the Indigenous Community Legal Clinic.
Glen enjoys spending time in both British Columbia and Toronto, along with his hometown of Port Colborne, Ontario on Lake Erie where his family still lives. Glen loves to travel and was an Au Pair in Sicily, Italy in the summer before his undergrad. He speaks intermediate Italian and patiently waits for the first opportunity to travel back to Italy to reconnect with his Italian host family and continue to explore Europe.