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Nicole* is an associate at Lenczner Slaght. She believes people are businesses’ most valuable assets but understands that they can also generate complex human resources and legal challenges. With extensive experience in labour and employment law, Nicole focuses on the people-centric nature of her cases, and solves§ legal issues with her clients’ best interests in mind. Known to be proactive, she finds creative solutions and addresses problems strategically , ensuring optimal outcomes that consider the long-term business impacts. .



Nicole Naglie (she/her)

is an associate at Lenczner Slaght.

Nicole's practice encompasses a broad range of civil litigation, with particular experience in employment disputes, human rights applications, labour arbitrations, and workplace investigations.

Prior to joining the firm, Nicole practiced in the dispute resolution group of a national firm, focused on labour and employment. She has appeared before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. She has also represented clients at countless private mediations and arbitrations.

Nicole completed her JD at Queen’s University. She was the recipient of the Queen’s Law Prize in Labour Law, Stringer, Brisbin, Humphrey Prize in Labour Law, Queen’s Law Prize in International Human Rights, Queen’s Law Prize in Medical Malpractice, and Dean’s Honour List. While in law school, Nicole served as a case worker for the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic and Pro Bono Students Canada, advocating for client’s rights. Nicole participated in the competitive Julius Alexander Isaac Moot and the Hicks Morley Moot, where her team earned first place at Queen’s Law. 

  • The Advocates’ Society

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association - Member-at-Large of the Labour and Employment Executive

  • Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers

  • Course Prize in International Human Rights (2018)

    Queen’s University

  • Course Prize in Labour Law (2018)

    Queen’s University

  • Course Prize in Medical Malpractice (2019)

    Queen’s University

  • Dean’s Honour List (2018)

    Queen’s University

  • Stringer, Brisbin, Humphrey Prize in Labour Law (2018)

    Queen’s University

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