Anne obtained her LL.M. in ADR from Osgoode Hall Law School and her LL.B. from the University of Western Ontario. She was called to the Bar in Ontario and has extensive experience in senior leadership positions and has contributed to the success of a number of charitable programs.
Currently, Anne is the Ontario representative to the ADRIC Board; and is a Member At Large on the ADR Executive of the Canadian Bar Association (where she served 2 terms as Chair). Anne was Chair of the Ontario Bar Association ADR Section, and served on OBA Council and held the position of Newsletter Editor for various OBA and CBA sections.
In her various roles, Ms. Gottlieb participated in consultations with the Ministry of Consumer Affairs respecting proposed changes to the Condominium Act 1998 and is currently a Tribunal Member for the Condominium Authority Tribunal. She has reviewed and commented on ADR provisions for the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. Ms. Gottlieb created and delivered seminars on diversity and issues of equity for the Urban Alliance on Race Relations.
As part of the Backlog Elimination Project in Toronto, Ms. Gottlieb was selected to conduct pretrial hearings under the Simplified Rules. Under the auspices of the International Development Program of the Canadian Bar Association, Anne designed and delivered dispute resolution training for members of the Law Society of Zimbabwe and made a presentation to the Judiciary in Zimbabwe.
Anne has been an Instructor for the Law Society of Upper Canada Skills & Professional Responsibility Program and has taught Negotiation, Interviewing Skills and Business Law and was on the Examination Committee for Business Law for the Bar Admission Course.
Anne represents ADR Ontario on the ADRIC Board.