Robert Sinding

Robert Sinding has been practicing law since 1999.  He graduated from University of Ottawa Law School with a combined Masters degree at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs.  Robert articled at a labour law firm in Toronto.  He started practicing aboriginal law in Kenora, Ontario.  Subsequently, he was Crown Counsel with the Ministry of Labour in Toronto for two years before returning to Lake of the Woods.  He currently resides in Rainy River where he runs a successful criminal, employment and civil litigation practice.

Robert acts as an Adjudicator for unjust dismissal complaints under the Canada Labour Code throughout Northwestern Ontario.  He has litigated at the Ontario Court of Appeal, Federal Court – Trial Division and Federal Court of Appeal, Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench, Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Justice, and various tribunals including the Federal and Provincial Human Rights Tribunals, Canada Labour Code Adjudications, Ontario Labour Relations Board and the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board.  

Robert Sinding has taught courses in aboriginal law and human rights and employment law, and has been a speaker at continuing legal education events.  He was a regional prosecutor for the Ministry of Natural Resources and was a panel lawyer for the Family Responsibility Office.