Sohrab Naderi

Law School

Admitted to Bar

Years of Experience

Focus Areas 

Queen's University



Severance, Wrongful Dismissal and Constructive Dismissal

Thorough and Meticulous

Committed to Driving the Best Results for Clients

Sohrab Naderi, an associate at Whitten & Lublin, never misses an angle when evaluating a case. After summering with us in 2022, Sohrab has returned and hit the ground running, bringing his hard work and lateral thinking to every file he is brought onto.

Sohrab is drawn to employment law because he gets the chance to offer a helping hand to folks in all walks of life. With his cordial attitude, knack for legal research, and eye for detail in drafting documents, Sohrab’s presence is an advantage for any legal team.

Sohrab is a member of various professional organizations, such as the Canadian Muslim Lawyer Association, the Federation of Asian-Canadian Lawyers, and the South Asian Bar Association. Sohrab served as a Student Caseworker at the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic, which drafted wills and powers of attorney for Queen’s students and seniors in financial need.

While at Queen’s Law, he served as Co-President of the Queen’s Asian Law Students’ Association. He played a vital role in creating a space for Asian-identifying law students to make connections, both with each other and with people working in the legal industry. One of the best examples of this was through continuing the yearly tradition of co-hosting, with the South Asian Law Students Association, a panel of Asian-identifying legal professionals in various fields of work to help Queen’s law students learn and network.

In his free time, Sohrab enjoys biking, bouldering, and constructing model kits.

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