Mr. Harold Robinson was appointed as Alberta’s first Fair Practices Commissioner for a three year term effective December 1, 2018.
Mr. Robinson has a long-standing public service legal career including a focus on administrative law, governance and mediation. He holds a law degree from the University of Alberta. Mr. Robinson was called to the Alberta Law society in 1994.
Prior to leading the Fair Practices Office, he was Tribunal Secretary for the Metis Settlements Appeal Tribunal with the Department of Indigenous Relations with the Government of Alberta.
Some of Mr. Robinson’s many accomplishments and contributions include:
Mr. Robinson also attended the Harvard Kennedy School and the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity for courses on government performance and Indigenous negotiation.
As Fair Practices Commissioner, Mr. Robinson will work with injured workers, employers, stakeholders and others on enhancing the supports, services and administrative fairness of the workers’ compensation system.