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Stephanie D. Gutierrez *

Partner Fasken
Jurisdiction British Columbia, 2009
Language(s) English
Office(s) Vancouver
*Law Corporation


Stephanie Gutierrez has an active labour and human rights law practice in Vancouver. She represents unionized and non-unionized employers in a wide range of matters and disputes. Companies value Stephanie’s practical, client-centric and strategic advice.

Stephanie has significant expertise in labour relations, and regularly acts for employers before the Labour Relations Board, Human Rights Tribunal, and labour arbitrators in wrongful dismissal actions, collective agreement interpretation disputes, discipline/termination matters, and issues arising from labour disputes.

Stephanie is highly sought after by employers for her expertise on hiring and termination, disciplinary matters, and workplace policies, employment agreements, post-employment competition, and bullying/harassment investigations.


Client Work

Date Client

Career & Education


  • LLB University of British Columbia
  • BA University of British Columbia

Community involvement

  • Co-Chair, Human Rights Section of the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch
  • Former Member, Board of Directors, Vancouver Bar Association
  • Former Member, Board of Directors, Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists (BC Chapter)

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Labour Law, Employment Law, Freedom of Information and Privacy Law, and Human Rights sections of the Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Vancouver Bar Association


Fasken Institute



Article Not all relapses are created equal
Article Privacy Issues in the Labour Context: Finding the Balance

Speaking Engagements

2015 Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Update Labour Relations Practitioners Roundtable, HRMA location location Vancouver
Remaining Nameless: “Anonymization of the Complaint or Grievor in Published Decisions” Freedom of Information & Privacy Law and Human Rights Law Joint Section Meeting, Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch location location Vancouver
2014 Employment, Labour and Human Rights Law Update Labour Relations Practitioners Roundtable, HRMA location location Vancouver

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