Robin Dodokin is a conflict resolution expert who is committed to assisting parties repair and preserve relationships, where possible. Her conflict resolution expertise includes effectively representing creditors, financial institutions, debtors, court officers, shareholders, companies, trustees, and individuals in business and insolvency matters and resolving disputes between parties as a mediator or arbitrator.
Robin brings her unique skills as a commercial litigator, insolvency lawyer, qualified mediator and qualified arbitrator to all of her engagements. Robin is a persuasive and effective advocate. Her reputation enables her to build working and referral relationships with lawyers, insolvency practitioners, accountants, tax specialists, bankers, wealth advisors, consultants and coaches, and form effective multi-disciplinary teams when required.
As an acknowledged expert in her areas of practice, Robin is frequently invited to speak on topical and timely subjects, including insolvency issues, family business disputes, mediation and conflict resolution. Robin was Called to the Ontario Bar in 1993, obtained Masters of Law in Alternative Dispute Resolution, received advanced training in mediation and insolvency, received the designations of Qualified Mediator and Qualified Arbitrator, from the ADR Institute of Canada, a Certificate in Family Business Advising from the Family Firm Institute and completed coach training with the Coaches Training Institute. Robin is also a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Robin is a past the Chair of the Ontario Bar Association Insolvency Law Section and past member of the Toronto Commercial Court Users Committee. She is a current member of the Ontario Bar Association, Advocates Society, Toronto Commercial Arbitration Society, ADR Institute of Canada and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Robin is also a volunteer mediator with Pro Bono Ontario and volunteer coach with the Law Society of Ontario’s Coach and Advisor Network.