Brenda Bowlby

Brenda Bowlby was a member of Hicks Morley, an employment, labour, and education law firm, until she retired from the partnership in 2015 after thirty-three years. Her practice involved representing school boards, and she built the firm’s special education practice, appearing before the Ontario Special Education Tribunal on numerous occasions and representing school boards in significant court cases and Human Rights Tribunal cases involving special education issues. Among the cases she has argued is Eaton v Brant County Board of Education (starting with the Special Education Tribunal of Ontario and concluding in the Supreme Court of Canada), which remains Canada’s leading case on special education law. She is a co-author of An Educator’s Guide to Special Education and An Educator’s Guide to Human Rights Law, both in their second editions.

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