Corinna Traill graduated from the University of Toronto summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree, double major in Greek and Latin in 2006, and from Osgoode Hall Law School with a Juris Doctor in 2011.
After volunteering and working with the Community Advocacy and Legal Centre in Belleville, Ontario where she assisted low-income residents in employment, human rights, landlord & tenant and social benefits law, Corinna completed her Articles of Clerkship with one of Canada’s leading labour law firms, CaleyWray Labour & Employment Lawyers where she represented public and private sector trade unions. Corinna was called to the Ontario Bar in January, 2013.
Corinna is also currently serving her 3rd term as the Local Councillor for Ward 3 in Clarington.
Corinna started her own practice “Traill Law” serving residents across Durham with the goal of making Bay Street expertise available at affordable rates. She has experience in many aspects of law, including family law, estate litigation and civil litigation. She also has extensive expertise in the following fields of labour and employment law: wrongful dismissal, social benefits law, employment standards complaints, occupational health and safety, grievance arbitration, human rights law and employment insurance appeals.
Corinna has professional affiliations with the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Durham Region Law Association, the Legal Education and Action Fund, Equal Voice and the Canadian Bar Association. She is also active as a member of the Board of Directors on the Tyrone Community Hall Board, the Samuel Wilmot Nature Area Advisory Committee, the Jury Lands Committee, the Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority and the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington. As a proud member of the Bowmanville Business and Professional Women’s Club, she is a strong supporter of women in business and she is an avid target shooter and member of the Pineridge Target Sport Club.