Law Society of Ontario announces reappointments of three adjudicators to Law Society Tribunal

S. Margot Blight, Frederika Rotter, Anna Mascieri-Boudria reappointed

Law Society of Ontario announces reappointments of three adjudicators to Law Society Tribunal

The Law Society of Ontario has announced S. Margot Blight, Frederika Rotter and Anna Mascieri-Boudria have been reappointed to the Law Society Tribunal for another two-year term, effective Mar. 11.

All three “have served on the tribunal for a number of years,” the LSO said. “Each has made a positive contribution to the tribunal as an adjudicator and is recommended for reappointment by the tribunal chair.”

Blight will be reassigned to the tribunal’s hearing division and appeal division.

Blight is an independent practitioner. She specializes in a wide range of administrative law disciplines, focusing on labour, education, human rights and constitutional law.

In 2001, she was certified by the LSO as a labour law specialist. She is also an active member of the Justices of the Peace Review Council and the Canadian Olympic Committee’s Governance and Ethics Committee.

She received her law degree from the University of Toronto in 1987. She was called to the bar in 1989.

Rotter will be reassigned to the tribunal’s hearing division and appeal division.

​Rotter is a former litigator at the Ministry of the Attorney General. She worked at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change from 2002 to 2014 and served as a counsel at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario from 2000 to 2002.

She has lectured at numerous educational sessions sponsored by the LSO, the Ontario Bar Association, the Ministry of Attorney General, Seneca College and various private providers. She is a former member of the Community Legal Education Ontario’s board of directors.

She was called to the bar in 1978.

Mascieri-Boudria will be reassigned to the tribunal’s hearing division.

Mascieri-Boudria has been a tribunal adjudicator since October 2013. As a licensed paralegal, she regularly assists senior counsel in drafting legal forms, preparing for hearings and performing legal research. She also helps other paralegals provide legal advice on legal ethics, administrative and labour matters.

She is an active member of the LSO, the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators and the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals.

She obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Western Ontario.

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