Barbara Green, a senior associate in our litigation group, joined Robins Appleby & Taub LLP upon her call to the Bar of Ontario in 2001. Prior to that date, Barbara articled with a prestigious litigation boutique in downtown Toronto.
Barbara's practice focuses on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on real property disputes, employment law, estates litigation, banking litigation and corporate disputes. She has appeared before the Ontario Court of Appeal, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, and the Commercial List, as well as numerous administrative tribunals, including: the Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal, the Licence Appeal Tribunal and the Ontario Labour Relations Board. Barbara has represented Condominium Corporations, land developers, and large financial institutions, as well as many owners of privately held businesses.
Barbara holds an LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School and a Bachelor of Arts, with distinction, from York University. While in law school, she received the York Law Association Centennial Prize for the Medical-Legal Seminar and was nominated for the Bert J. MacKinnon Scholarship. In addition, Barbara served as a caseworker for Parkdale Community Legal Services as part of an Osgoode Hall Law School intensive programme, where she maintained files in the Landlord/Tenant Division and advocated before the Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal. She also took part in the Partners for a Better Future Internship programme, where she wrote a report proposing improvements to the youth detention process which was circulated to various youth detention facilities in Ontario. In 2006, Barbara was certified to teach adult education at Seneca College. Barbara continues to publish articles in legal journals, for legal conferences and for circulation to our clients.
In her spare time, Barbara enjoys singing, reading and running.
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