Cenobar brings a breadth of experience to her clients and provides advice and assistance in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, employment law, administrative law and human rights. She conducts matters before both provincial and federal courts and administrative tribunals.
Prior to joining the firm, Cenobar was General Counsel to Arbitration Place where she provided legal and business advice on a broad range of matters, including employment, licensing, litigation and procurement. She also acted as Tribunal Counsel for a number of significant domestic and international commercial arbitration proceedings, including the public Blue Box Arbitration. As Tribunal Counsel, Cenobar worked closely with a number of highly respected arbitrators including the Honorable Robert P. Armstrong, the Honorable Coulter Osborne, the Honorable Warren Winkler, and Larry Banack.
Cenobar also worked as counsel with the Department of Justice in Toronto. She regularly appeared before the Tax Court of Canada, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal.
In 2013, Cenobar obtained her LL.M. in international legal studies from New York University focusing on transnational dispute resolution and constitutional law. As part of her Masters, Cenobar was part of the Constitutional Transitions legal clinic and research team that co-authored along with International IDEA, a report on design options for constitutional courts in democratically transitioning countries after the Arab Spring. Following graduation, Cenobar continued to work on constitutional design issues as a consultant for the United Nations Department of Political Affairs.
In 2010, Cenobar completed her articles as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Justice Luc Martineau at the Federal Court in Ottawa. Cenobar is actively involved in the legal community. She sits on the Board of Directors for the East Toronto Community Legal Services clinic and is a contributing member of the Lawyer as Negotiator teaching team at Osgoode Hall Law School.