The Team

Sunira is a litigator and the founder of Workly Law. She practices employment law and represents both employer and employees with respect to wrongful terminations, executive compensation issues, constructive dismissals, partnership disputes and human rights issues. She also represents parties with respect to online work including the negotiation of contracts for content creation, online consulting and social media collaborations. She has represented clients at the Ontario Court of Appeal, Divisional Court, Superior Court of Justice and the Human Rights Tribunal and Human Rights Commission.


Sunira attended Osgoode Hall Law School where she obtained her J.D. She started her legal career at a leading Toronto litigation boutique followed by serving as partner at one of Canada’s leading employment law firms.


She writes a weekly employment law column at the Toronto Sun, and is a radio panelist on Newstalk 1010 where she comments on employment issues, news and politics. Sunira has also previously served on the Board of Directors of the South Asian Bar Association, Toronto Chapter as Co-Chair of Advocacy in addition to several other roles focusing on community outreach and inclusivity issues in the legal profession. She currently serves on the board of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

Tiana represents both employees and employers in workplace matters such as wrongful dismissals, human rights suits, employment contracts, workplace policies, and Employment Standard Act training materials. Before joining Workly Law, Tiana articled at a boutique employment and labour law firm in Toronto. 


Tiana obtained her Canadian and American JD, with Honours, from the University of Windsor and Detroit Mercy School of Law. While in law school, Tiana remained active in the law community. She was a legal volunteer at the William Booth Legal Aid Clinic in Detroit, Michigan, providing legal assistance to individuals with limited resources. Tiana was the President of the Windsor Italian Law Association, and a member of several committees including: the Labour and Employment Society, Innocence Canada, Windsor’s High School Outreach Program, and the Sexual Assault Awareness Committee.


Prior to law school, Tiana received a Bachelor of Commerce with a specialisation in Law and Business from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly known as Ryerson University). 

Rodrigo is a law school graduate with a civil law degree from Sabana University and a common law Master’s degree (GPLLM) from the University of Toronto. Rodrigo is an associate lawyer at Workly Law and his practice focuses on general employment law matters for employers and employees.


Prior to joining Workly Law, Rodrigo completed his work placement at a boutique law firm in Toronto specialized in employment law.


Outside of law, Rodrigo’s hobbies include travelling, cycling, playing squash, spending time with friends and family.

If you are interested in using Workly Law, contact Melissa to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers. With a strong marketing and customer service background, Melissa’s goal is for each of our clients to have a seamless onboarding experience.

Combining her personal and professional passions, Kathryn made the transition into the Legal Profession in August 2022 when she earned her Law Clerk Certification from Canadian Business College. Studying under accomplished Lawyers and Paralegals gave her the industry know-how to tackle any challenge. Using critical thinking, and her knowledge of the law, she is able to deliver solution based results for her firm’s clients.


When Kathryn’s out of the office, you’ll find her busy with her two magical children, lost in a good book, or attending circus or bouldering classes.

Rebecca has just completed her second year at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Rebecca graduated with distinction from Western University with a Bachelor of Arts Honours Specialization in Political Science. Prior to starting law school, Rebecca gained valuable experience as a Research Intern at a Corporate Immigration Law Firm in Tel Aviv where she had the opportunity to research legal issues related to self-relocation and remote work.

Alongside her academic and work experience, Rebecca is actively involved in various organizations and activities. For the past two years, she has served as a Business Associate for the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, and has volunteered with the Windsor Law Peer Mentorship Program. Rebecca is passionate about helping others and has volunteered for organizations such as the Friends of Budapest Cemetery where she assisted with the revitalization of a historical cemetery in Budapest, Hungary. In her free time, Rebecca enjoys travelling, working out, cooking, and exploring new restaurants with friends.