Archana Mathew is a Mediator/Arbitrator. She recently completed the Arbitrator Development Program and has eighteen years of experience mediating, litigating, and training related to labour and human rights law. Educated at McGill University and Osgoode Hall Law School, she was called to the Ontario Bar in 2005.

Prior to becoming a neutral, Archana worked in-house at a leading union where she acted for employees in the public sector, including hospitals, large and small non-profit organizations, developmental services, colleges, and universities. She also worked internally on policy development and organizational change initiatives, and oversaw complaints through all stages of mediation, investigation, and appeal.

Archana currently teaches “Rethinking Procedural Justice: Human Rights and Fairness in Adjudication” at Osgoode Hall Law School. She was a member of the Ontario Bar Association’s Section Executive, the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers and worked on curriculum design with the Ontario Justice Education Network.