Njeri Damali Sojourner-Campbell regularly defends employers at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, at labour arbitrations, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Tribunal and in courts. She assists employers to proactively reduce liability and reputational harm through policy design, robust workplace investigations, and employee training. Njeri also supports clients in the development of advanced inclusion and equity policies and programs pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code, Employment Equity Act and Education Act.
Prior to her legal career, Njeri was employed as a Human Rights and Diversity Advisor at Humber College. She combines this practical experience with her legal knowledge to provide holistic legal service. Njeri regularly delivers seminars at the following annual learning events:
- Human Rights Certificate Program; Osgoode Hall Law School – Professional Development
- Introduction Critical Race Theory, Osgoode Hall Law School
- Canadian Association for the Prevention of Discrimination and Harassment in Higher Education (“CAPDHHE”), annual conference
When she was called to the bar, she founded UJIMA Mentorship Circle, a supportive space for junior lawyers and law students. In her spare time, she can be found in a quiet spot in the city, sipping tea, and reading science fiction.