Rozmin Mediratta is a lawyer at Wise Health Law. She advises and represents health care professionals and organizations in a variety of matters, including College complaints, lawsuits, consent and capacity proceedings, and privacy matters.
Rozmin has a long-standing interest in the health care industry and the complex legal framework within which her clients practice. She is as comfortable reviewing health records as she is analyzing case law. In short, health law is her calling.
Rozmin appreciates what’s at stake for her clients and she is unapologetic in their defence. She cuts to the chase with practical, inspired solutions so that they can get back to what they do best: health care.
Osgoode Hall Law School (2017) Certificate in Clinical Risk, Negligence, and Claims Management in Health Care
University of Western Ontario (2016) JD
Ryerson University (2012) BA
Ontario Bar Association – Vice-Chair of the Health Law Section
Medico-Legal Society of Toronto – Council Member; Vice-Chair and Co-Founder of the Young Practitioners’ Committee
Canadian Bar Association
Author, Ontario Bar Association, Health Law Section Newsletter, “Delivering Virtual Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic” (March 2020)
Chair, Young Practitioners’ Committee of the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto, “Anatomy of Hospital Privileges: Perspectives from MDs and Counsel” (March 2020)
Co-Chair, Ontario Bar Association's Institute, Health Law Section, “Key Constitutional and Human Rights Issues in Health Law & Practice” (February 2020)
Moderator, Ontario Bar Association's Institute, Health Law Section, “Professional Regulation in the Age of Technology” (February 2020)
Co-Chair, Ontario Bar Association, Health Law Section, "The Long-Term Care Homes Public Inquiry: Lessons Learned and What Comes Next" (November 2019)
Co-Chair, Young Practitioners’ Committee of the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto, “Anatomy of a CPSO Complaint: Perspectives from MDs and Counsel” (June 2019)
Presenter, Medico-Legal Society of Toronto’s Annual Spring Bouquet, “Interim Suspensions under the Regulated Health Professions Act” (May 2019)
Co-Chair, Young Practitioners’ Committee of the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto, “Speed Mentorship: Tough Topics, Honest Advice” (October 2018)
Guest Lecturer, Western University (Faculty of Health Sciences), “Agenda Setting & Resource Allocation: A Case Study of Publicly Funding IVF in Ontario” (September 2017)
Author, The Western Journal of Legal Studies, “To Govern is to Choose: A Critique of Ontario’s New Plan to Publicly Fund In Vitro Fertilization” (April 2016)