Gary Caroline is a founding partner of Caroline + Gislason Lawyers LLP.
Gary advises and represents a wide range of clients who find themselves in disputes with government and governmental agencies in Canada and abroad. He also provides advice and advocacy to elected officials and political parties.
Being represented by Gary means receiving more than just solid judgment and a deep understanding of the law. Clients benefit from Gary’s innovative thinking and pragmatism grounded in his many years of obtaining creative solutions in the labour relations context.
Gary’s life long interest in international affairs and human rights work is demonstrated through the leadership training provided with Joanna Gislason for the Rwandan National Women’s Council and his work with Aids Free World in Uganda.
He was a founding director of the Fahmy Foundation for a Free Press and is proud of the firm’s work in fighting for Mohamed Fahmy’s release and return to Canada.
Gary is often called upon to offer strategic legal advice and to assist in negotiating major collective agreements. He is also one of Canada’s foremost experts in pension litigation and advises and represents pension plan beneficiaries.
Gary was born in Montreal. For twenty-seven years he lived and worked in Ontario.
Contact: gcaroline @ carolinelaw.ca