Arthur Zeilikman, founder and director of Vaughan-based Zeilikman Law, focuses on employment and labour law.
He graduated with an honours Bachelor of Arts in history from York University and a Master of Arts in political science from the University of Toronto before earning a Juris Doctor from the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law.
As a graduate student at U of T, Mr. Zeilikman conducted seminars and lectures in a number of courses on political and moral philosophy. His commentaries on the development of the law have been featured in such leading law publications as Law Times, the Lawyers Weekly, Canadian HR Reporter, and the Canadian Press.
Also fluent in Russian and Hebrew, Mr. Zeilikman routinely appears on complex motions, trials and appeals. He has successfully represented clients before various courts as well as provincial and federal administrative tribunals including the Ontario Court of Appeal, Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, Small Claims Court and Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and on appeals to the Umpire in context of the Federal Court.