Neil Robertson, Q.C., S.V.6 Turnbull Place
Regina SK S4S 4H3
Tel: (306) 535-3139
In practice since 2014; also active in the federal jurisdiction.
LL.B., 1982, Osgoode Hall Law School; B.A., 1979, University of Regina.
General practice of municipal law, arbitrations, and workplace investigations, 2016-present; Chair, Saskatchewan Police Commission, appointed 2015; Inquest Coroner, Province of Saskatchewan, appointed 2014; Associate, Robb & Dowling, 2014-2015; Legal Counsel, Regina Police Service, 2008-2014; Lawyer, City Solicitor's Office of Regina, 1983-2008.
Standard Fees for Cancellation
No charge if notice of cancellation is received two weeks or more prior to hearing; $500 per day if notice is received less than two weeks prior to hearing.
Lists and Panels
Minister's List, Saskatchewan Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety; appointed in 2016 by Minister of Health for Saskatchewan to arbitrate contractual dispute under the Ambulance Act.
Related Adjudication Experience
Chair, Saskatchewan Police Commission.
Law Society of Saskatchewan; Canadian Bar Association.
"Limits to the Scope of Police Collective Bargaining", presented to the International Municipal Lawyers Association Canadian Department Conference (Toronto, June 4, 2009), the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police (Moose Jaw, April 21, 2009), and the CBA Sask. Administrative and Labour Law Section (Regina, February 17, 2009); "Choice of Forum", presented to CBA National Administrative Law (Ottawa, November 24, 2009); "Discipline and Dismissal under the Police Act, 1990", presented at the 1997 Internal Affairs Seminar, Saskatchewan Police College (Regina, 1997).
Arbitrators are invited to send awards to email@example.com. In an effort to facilitate access to justice, Lancaster House forwards all awards it receives from arbitrators to CanLII.