Academy Member Inducted 2022
Elizabeth G Bennett-Martin
32 Satok Terr
Toronto, ON M1E 3N5
Recognized to Ontario Chapter for:
- Practice Commenced
- # of MEDS (as of 10/6/23)300
- # of ARBS (as of 10/6/23)
Online / In-Person
Elizabeth is a highly successful litigator and negotiator with extensive experience. As a litigator she had a reputation for bringing cases to an end by whatever means necessary. Now with her mediation practice she is known for getting cases settled, and has a near perfect settlement rate.
For almost 30 years she has been involved with dispute resolution through her involvement with litigated matters at all levels of the courts and tribunals. Elizabeth has worked tirelessly to help conflicting parties resolve their disputes with an emphasis on fairness, approachability, and cost-efficiency. She brings a professional and congenial approach to working with counsel and their clients, together with the confidence and commitment, to get the job done with optimal results for all parties.
Elizabeth graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School with a Bachelor of Laws in 1992. She was awarded her Master of Laws degree in 1998 with a focus on civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Elizabeth brings to the mediation process the benefit of her experience judging as past Vice-Chair to the Licence Appeal Tribunal, and as an Arbitrator for the Building Arbitration Forum. She was also selected as a mediator for Tarion’s roster of mediators.
The focus of Elizabeth’s mediation practice currently includes disability, life, critical illness, coverage issues, MVA, personal injury, and breach of contract cases.
- Business Dissolution
- Community Associations
- Contract Disputes
- Disability Claims
- Health Care
- Human Rights Act
- Information Technology
- Personal Injury
- Product Liability
- Professional Fees
- Professional Liability
- Professional Negligence
- Property Damage
- Shareholder Disputes
- Workers' Compensation
- Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, LL.M Civil Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution - 1998
- Called to the Ontario Bar - 1994
- Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, LLB - 1992
Memberships & Affiliations
Apart from her work experience, in 2009, Elizabeth co-founded a charitable organization, CLEW (Cambodian Legal Education for Women). CLEW (www.clewcanada.com) is a registered Canadian charity committed to providing financial support to young women from rural Cambodia to help them escape the harsh realities of poverty. CLEW provides scholarships, housing and support so that students can obtain a law degree from the Royal University of Law and Economics in Cambodia. With their degree CLEW graduates are empowered to obtain work and to help their families and communities.
Half Day - $2,500 plus disbursements and HST
Full Day - $3,800 plus disbursements and HST
Multi-party mediations with 3 parties - $4,800 plus disbursements and HST
Multi-party mediations with 4 parties - $5,400 plus disbursements and HST
Extra hours charged at $450/hr