Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd, a certified specialist in health law, is founder and principal of TTL Health Law in Toronto.
She earned her Doctor of Laws from the University of Western Ontario in 1983 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1984.
Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd has represented health professions in Ontario, across Canada and the United States for more than two decades. She has appeared before the Superior and Divisional Courts, the Ontario Court of Appeal, and administrative boards and tribunals, including medical advisory committees and boards of governors of various Ontario hospitals.
Recognizing early in her career the changing legal landscape and increased legal oversight and accountability in health-care delivery, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd became a writer, lecturer, and practitioner in a new regulatory, policy-driven and legally restrictive arena.
She founded the health law section of the Ontario Bar Association and was its first national health law chair. She served on the board of directors of The Advocates’ Society, and has been a lecturer at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and the Canadian Institute of Law and Medicine.
In conjunction with a committee she assembled, Ms. Tremayne-Lloyd authored and published the first report from the legal profession across North America on the legal implications of HIV/AIDS and the protection of civil rights.
She was nominated by the Ontario Bar Association for a Distinguished Service Award for Dedication and Service to the Profession and was the first recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Western Ontario.