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Jasmine Do is a Qualified Arbitrator with the ADR Institute of Canada and the Toronto Commercial Arbitration Society. She has a strong commitment to promoting access to justice. With over 10 years of experience working in the fields of accident benefits, human rights, workplace disputes, wrongful dismissals, workplace health & safety, marketing, and real estate, Jasmine recognizes a need for affordable and alternative dispute resolution. Her fundamental pillars of justice emphasize neutrality, strong ethics, and evidence-based approaches.
In addition to arbitrating, Jasmine also conducts workplace conflict training and restoration as an analyst with the Workplace Fairness Institute. Her clients include small to medium-sized businesses, as well as Fortune 500 companies. Jasmine’s unique credentials include experience as a Social Emotional Intelligence Coach and working with people from various ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds. She is able to provide services in English or Vietnamese.
Jasmine has lent her expertise as a judge for the Country Day School debate team (ranked 1st overall at the International Independent Schools’ Public Speaking Competition (2017, 2018). Her efforts to help empower community members include human rights awareness events and speaking engagements. A few of the non-profit organizations she has assisted include CultureLink, Family Services Toronto, and Better Future for Kids.
Early neutral evaluation
Documents-only and online arbitration
Areas of focus:
Workplace Disputes – Wrongful Dismissals, Health & Safety
Human Rights – Discrimination & Harassment
Advertising and Marketing
Real Estate and Property Law
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