Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd

TTL Health Law

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Oakville, ON
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Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd (TTL) is a Certified Specialist inHealth Law and has been practicing health law for over two decades. 


At the time that TTL began her dedication to the study and practice ofhealth law, the subject was not taught in Canadian law schools, nor was itrecognized as a specialty by the Law Society of Upper Canada.


Recognizing the changing legal landscape and increased legal oversight andaccountability in health care delivery, TTL became a writer, lecturer, andpractitioner in a new regulatory, policy driven, and legally restrictive arena.

TTL founded the Health Law Section of the Ontario BarAssociation in 1987 and was its first National Health Law Chair. In conjunctionwith a highly specialized committee she assembled, TTL authored and publishedthe first report from the legal profession across North America on the legalimplications of HIV/AIDS and the protection of civil rights.


TTL is widely recognized for her expertise in the representation of thehealth professions of Ontario, Canada and the US. With extensive experience inthe Superior, Divisional and Courts of Appeal of Ontario, she has successfullyrepresented numerous clients before many of the top administrative boards and tribunals,including Medical Advisory Committees and Boards of Governors of variousOntario hospitals.


Throughout her career as a health law lawyer, TTL has had her hand on thepulse of the health law business. Nurturing health law's development from thebeginning, TTL is a specialist on its origins and a leading voice and expert inits current applications. She will be a strong and anchoring force for itsfuture.


  • Health Law - providing advice and representation regarding hospital governance issues, including privileges disputes, department conflicts and other hospital matters; representing clients as counsel before various committees and tribunals, as well as in litigation, mediation, arbitration and peer proceedings; and in health policy matters including advising and providing opinions on current and emerging regulatory and health policy issues in a government-sponsored health care system.
  • Litigation - representing clients in courtroom, mediation, arbitration and other advocacy forums on a wide variety of matters, including civil litigation, labour and human rights.
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)


  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 1984
  • University of Western Ontario, LL.B. 1983


  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association - Ontario Health Law and Civil Litigation Sections
  • Advocates’ Society
  • Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association
  • International Trial Lawyers’ Association
  • American Trial Lawyers’ Association
  • Women’s Law Society of Ontario
  • Medico-Legal Society and its Professional Outreach Committee, Executive Committee
  • American Institute of Law Medicine


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