Amanda Rogers is an arbitrator, mediator, and lawyer specializing in workplace dispute resolution alongside her colleague Vince Ready. Since becoming a neutral in 2019, Amanda has been appointed on numerous disputes in BC, SK, NT, NU, and under federal jurisdiction publishing numerous decisions and settling many more cases through mediation. She is on the roster of arbitrators in BC, is named as an arbitrator in numerous collective agreements, and acts as an external adjudicator for the Canada Industrial Relations Board.

Amanda has a particular passion and interest in mediating collective bargaining disputes. In this capacity, Amanda has been appointed as a Special Mediator by the Governments of Saskatchewan and BC as well as worked as a privately appointed mediator in numerous disputes. Amanda was appointed as an Industrial Inquiry Commissioner for the Government of BC, publishing a report with recommendations on changes to union successorship rights in BC’s forestry industry. Outside of the labour relations context, Amanda has been hired as a mediator by private parties for disputes arising in an array of contexts. In 2020, Amanda was appointed by the Government of Yukon as an Independent Reviewer into complaints about its handling of sexual abuse incidents in a public school. Her subsequent report and recommendations were fully accepted by Government.

Amanda graduated from the University of Toronto with an honours B.A. (2003) and a J.D. (2007) and completed an LLM (2021) specializing in Dispute Resolution at Osgoode Hall Law School.