Madeline Hall

Madeline Hall (she/her)

Lawyer and Investigator

Madeline Hall’s practice involves conducting workplace, institutional, and regulatory investigations. With meticulous attention to detail and an inquisitive mind, Madeline conducts complex investigations and produces high-calibre reports. She is adept at identifying issues and allegations, parsing relevant oral and documentary evidence, making detailed credibility findings, and drafting strong findings of fact. She is known for her ability to navigate complex dynamics with empathy, ensuring all parties feel heard and understood. She prides herself on remaining calm and composed in difficult situations. Madeline has investigated a broad range of allegations, including general and Code-based harassment, including sexual harassment, bullying, workplace violence, discrimination, toxic work environments, conflicts of interest, ethics/code of conduct breaches, and other misconduct or policy breaches.

Madeline's expertise encompasses health care, privacy, employment, human rights law and professional regulation. Prior to her current role, Madeline amassed a decade of experience in health care law and litigation starting in private practice, where she refined her witness examination and evidence assessment skills before various courts and tribunals on complex, technical and sensitive matters. She later joined a national organisation providing legal support to over 130,000 nurses and collaborating with provincial and national health care stakeholders to develop effective, legally sound policies.

Madeline is also a seasoned speaker, delivering presentations and legal education to hundreds of health care providers at conferences across Canada.

Madeline is called to the Ontario Bar. She completed her legal studies at Queen’s University and obtained her B.A. with First Class Honours from the University of King’s College in History and International Development Studies. Madeline is a member of the Association of Workplace Investigators. Madeline volunteers on the Research Ethics Board at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute, using her legal expertise to review clinical trial applications.

Beyond the office, Madeline enjoys spending time outdoors with her three kids and husband and loves running long distances at high speeds. Madeline has traveled extensively in Southeast Asia and Central and South America. She speaks conversational French and Spanish.

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