Judith Wine began her working life in the computer science field, first as a consultant and then as a college professor. After going back to school to become a lawyer, Judith moved on to advise business clients with respect to their legal issues and negotiate and draft their agreements. However, after teaching a business law course at George Brown College Judith realized that, although she found the law fascinating, it was the sharing of knowledge that evoked her passion. She is thrilled to be teaching full time at George Brown.
Judith has written one book and several articles, all focused on explaining legal concepts to non-lawyers. She succeeds as a teacher because she is caring, fair, knowledgeable, prepared, enthusiastic, logical and willing to approach a concept in numerous ways until her students fully understand it.
Master of Laws, Osgoode Law School, York University, 2017Bachelor of Laws/Juris Doctor, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 1988 Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics, York University, 1985 Computer Programming & Analysis Diploma, Seneca College, 1981
Areas Of Specialization
Employment and Human Rights Law, Occupational Health and Safety, Business Law, Business and Family Law
Areas Of Expertise
Employment and Human Rights Law, Occupational Health and Safety, Business Law, Business and Family Law, Labour Relations and Collective Agreements, Mathematics for Business
2009-Present – Professor, George Brown College2008-2010 – Business Consultant, Brushstrokes Fine Art 2002-2010 – Lawyer, Canadian Tennis Association 1987-1991 – Lawyer, Torys LLP 1989 – Lawyer, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York (secondment) 1982-1984 – Professor, Seneca College1981-1982 – Systems Analyst, Bank of Nova Scotia