Reut takes a practical and holistic approach to her practice. She understands that a workplace is, first and foremost, the people who comprise it and their relationships with one another. She employs both legal acumen and emotional intelligence to find resolutions for clients, always with an eye on the ultimate goal of preserving the health of the workplace.

Reut advises and represents public and private sector clients on labour, employment, and human rights issues. She has represented and advised clients on a range of matters, including with respect to claims for breach of confidence, breach of contract, and negligence, wrongful dismissal actions, employment standards and human rights complaints, issues related to workplace policies, privacy, discipline and dismissal.

Reut serves as a Board Director for Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW) and contributes regularly to publications advocating for the rights and safety of women and girls. She has provided pro bono legal services to different organizations and individuals, including the MS Society and refugee claimants.

Professional & Community Activities

  • Board Director, Women Against Violence Against Women, 2017 – present

Practice Areas

Year of Call

  • British Columbia, 2015

Education

  • JD, University of Victoria, 2014
  • BA (International Relations), University of British Columbia, 2008
  • MA (Diplomacy and Conflict Studies), Interdisciplinary Center of Herzliya, 2009
  • Honors Designation (Middle Eastern History), Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2006