Moldofsky Professional Corporation began operating as a law firm in December, 2015. Michelle Moldofsky is the founder and sole lawyer of Moldofsky Professional Corporation. For larger projects, Michelle works with a network of other lawyers and practitioners to ensure that client needs are met.
Michelle is a results-oriented health lawyer with over 20 years' experience who provides astute legal counsel, develops proactive policies and embeds best practices for leading Canadian not-for-profit, healthcare and research institutions to support stakeholders, mitigate risk and deliver outstanding care.
Michelle is formerly General Counsel at a large academic hospital in Toronto. She has her Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies from McGill University, her law degree from Queen's University and her Master of Laws in Health Law from York University.
Michelle strives to build internal capacity for her clients and has repeatedly transformed legal departments and legal processes with a commitment to creating standardization, consistency and tracking of metrics, thereby reducing reliance on outsourcing legal work and increasing responsiveness to internal clients. Her approach to dispute resolution is to work collaboratively with management in crafting reasonable, fair and effective responses and solutions to difficult and complex issues. Michelle brings a breadth of experience in health law and corporate/commercial law, including in consent and capacity, privileges, procurement, privacy, contracts, leases, human rights, criminal, employment and research related matters affecting healthcare and research institutions.
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