Sara Luther

Human Rights Lawyer. Educator. Coach. Investigator.

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Sara Luther

Human Rights Lawyer. Educator. Coach. Investigator.

Forward Working - Learn. Leverage. Lead. ™

Sara has been a human rights lawyer and sole practitioner since 2008 with a primary focus and deep expertise in providing services that ensure organizations are legally compliant, employ best-practice policies and procedures and offer outstanding professional development programs.

Over the last decade, Sara has provided workplace investigation services across industries and issues in both unionized and non-unionized environments.  This includes education, banking, government, not-for-profit and the private sector.  In her practice, and as a collaborator with other well-respected investigators, she has proudly served employers and investigation stakeholders with her specialized knowledge.

Since Bill 132, with the legislative obligation for employers in Ontario to investigate workplace harassment, Sara has become a strong advocate for creating proactive strategies that help organizations avoid costly, time-consuming and morale-destroying workplace investigations altogether.

Evolving from front-line investigator work, Sara now dedicates the vast majority of her practice to restructuring policies and procedures, and creating enriching programming in all areas to foster a “Respect-Centric” workplace.  She regularly works with employers to create unique initiatives that contribute to the development of strong workplace cultures that engender respect and civility.  Notably, Sara has delivered sessions to over 5000 management and non-management employees of the City of Toronto.

As a passionate and respected educator, speaker and workshop leader, Sara is often invited to conferences where her disarming demeanour, unique engagement methods and comedy improv skills shine though.

Sara has a law degree from the University of Western Ontario and her Honours Bachelor Degree in Commerce from Queen’s University. In addition, she has obtained two certificates from Osgoode’s Professional Development (Certificate in Adjudication for Administrative Agencies, Boards and Tribunals and The Osgoode/FCO Certificate Essentials for Ombuds). Sara has also completed the five intensive modules of the internationally recognized “Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching” (ORSC) program through CRR Global.

Forward Working - Learn. Leverage. Lead. ™

Sara has been a human rights lawyer and sole practitioner since 2008 with a primary focus and deep expertise in providing services that ensure organizations are legally compliant, employ best-practice policies and procedures and offer outstanding professional development programs.

Over the last decade, Sara has provided workplace investigation services across industries and issues in both unionized and non-unionized environments.  This includes education, banking, government, not-for-profit and the private sector.  In her practice, and as a collaborator with other well-respected investigators, she has proudly served employers and investigation stakeholders with her specialized knowledge.

Since Bill 132, with the legislative obligation for employers in Ontario to investigate workplace harassment, Sara has become a strong advocate for creating proactive strategies that help organizations avoid costly, time-consuming and morale-destroying workplace investigations altogether.

Evolving from front-line investigator work, Sara now dedicates the vast majority of her practice to restructuring policies and procedures, and creating enriching programming in all areas to foster a “Respect-Centric” workplace.  She regularly works with employers to create unique initiatives that contribute to the development of strong workplace cultures that engender respect and civility.  Notably, Sara has delivered sessions to over 5000 management and non-management employees of the City of Toronto.

As a passionate and respected educator, speaker and workshop leader, Sara is often invited to conferences where her disarming demeanour, unique engagement methods and comedy improv skills shine though.

Sara has a law degree from the University of Western Ontario and her Honours Bachelor Degree in Commerce from Queen’s University. In addition, she has obtained two certificates from Osgoode’s Professional Development (Certificate in Adjudication for Administrative Agencies, Boards and Tribunals and The Osgoode/FCO Certificate Essentials for Ombuds). Sara has also completed the five intensive modules of the internationally recognized “Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching” (ORSC) program through CRR Global.