05 Oct Recent Awards of Distinction
Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers would like to take a moment to recognize two members of our team who have recently received or will be receiving awards of distinction. Both Bernard Gluckstein and Barbi Andrews have exemplified our mission and values as a firm and for this we would like to express our gratitude to them – while recognizing their contributions.
- Canadian Disability Hall of Fame, October 2015
- OTLA Distinguished Law Clerk Award, September 2015
On October 30, 2015 the Canadian Disability Hall of Fame will host their 22 Annual Luncheon. This event recognizes outstanding Canadians who make extraordinary contributions to enriching the quality of life for people with physical disabilities. We are proud to announce that Bernard Gluckstein is one of this year’s inductees. Bernard’s dedication to making a significant difference in the lives of those who are physically disabled continues to be his living legacy.
Related awards for Bernard, please click here.
OTLA Distinguished Law Clerk Award: Barbi Andrews
On September 30, 2015 at the OTLA Fall Conference Barbi Andrews was awarded the Distinguished Law Clerk Award. The Distinguished Law Clerk Award is awarded to a senior law clerk, with at least 5 years membership in the OTLA Law Clerks Section, who has consistently exemplified the mission of the organization. Past recipients have included: Josie Skelly (2007), Tracy Romanowski (2008) and Sharon Smiley (2009). Barbi’s contributions to OTLA and our firm have been vast and we are pleased she has been recognized for her efforts.
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Since 1962, Gluckstein Lawyers have helped clients move forward with dignity, respect and trusted experience. Celebrated pioneers in personal injury, the firm is an award-winning industry leader in neuro-trauma (brain injury), spinal cord injury and serious orthopedic injuries.