Megan Mah has a diverse practice that focuses on human rights, employment, civil litigation, administrative and constitutional law.

Megan advises clients on a range of litigation matters, including workplace disputes, discrimination and accommodation, sexual harassment and violence, wrongful and constructive dismissals, breaches of contracts, and professional discipline. Megan also has experience drafting policies, employment agreements and termination letters. She regularly advises her clients on a number of workplace-related issues, including accommodation, performance management and discipline. She also has experience in facilitating training sessions focused on respect in the workplace, and in conducting internal investigations. Representing both employers and employees, Megan has worked for clients including private individuals, private companies, public institutions, professional regulators, not-for-profit organizations, and universities.

Megan also has experience in the areas of commercial litigation and wills, trusts, estates and capacity litigation. She joined WeirFoulds as an associate after summering and articling with the firm. During law school, Megan volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and was a Director at the Legal Information Clinic at McGill. Megan represented McGill in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and completed a semester on exchange at the University of Hong Kong.

Megan is called to the bar in Ontario and New York. She is a volunteer with Pro Bono Ontario and currently serves as an executive member of the Ontario Bar Association’s Labour and Employment Law Section and Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law section. Megan is also a member of Girls E-Mentorship’s Scholarship Committee and the organizing committee for Future Sinai’s annual Recovery Brunch in support of the Sinai Health Foundation. Megan is actively involved in WeirFoulds Women and in WeirFoulds’ annual United Way campaign, as well as the firm’s student mentoring program.

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  • Member-at-Large, Ontario Bar Association, Labour and Employment Law Section & Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law Section (2018-2019, 2019-2020)
  • Organizing Committee for the OBA’s Annual Update on Human Rights (2019, 2020)
  • Volunteer with Pro Bono Ontario
  • Lexis Nexis’ Lexis Practice Advisor

Called to the Bar
  • Ontario (2016)
  • New York (2015)
  • B.C.L./LL.B., McGill University, 2015
  • B.A. (Joint Honours), McGill University, 2011
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • The Advocates' Society
  • Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers
  • French
  • Spanish

Community Involvement

  • WeirFoulds co-ordinator, Dress for Success Toronto, Bay Street Suit Challenge
  • WeirFoulds co-organizer, Girls’ E-Mentorship-WeirFoulds partnership
  • Girls’ E-Mentorship Scholarship Committee
  • WeirFoulds Co-ordinator, CN Tower Climb in support of the United Way
  • Organizing Committee for Future Sinai’s Recovery Brunch in support of the Sinai Health Foundation and Bridgepoint Active Healthcare

Speaking Engagements

Speaker, "Workplace Harassment: Case Law Updates and Practical Tips", WeirFoulds Employment Law Fall Seminar, November 2019
Speaker, Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation Conference (CNAR), October 2019
Panelist, "Pre-Litigation Positioning: Tips for Improving Your Case", WeirFoulds Commercial Litigation Seminar, October 2019
Speaker, WeirFoulds’ Annual Spring Employment Law Seminar, May 2019
Moderator, WeirFoulds Employment Law Fall Seminar, November 2018
Panelist, "Entire Agreement Clauses", WeirFoulds Beware of Boilerplate Seminar, May 2018
Speaker, "Make a Will", Toronto Public Library, Make a Will Month, November 4, 2017

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Legend: GeneralLitigationPropertyCorporateGovernment

Legend: GeneralLitigationPropertyCorporateGovernment



Litigation & Dispute Resolution module”, Lexis Practice Advisor Canada, September 2017 (with Marie-Andrée Vermette, Kayla Theeuwen, and Anastasija Sumakova)