Earl Eaton Award of Distinction goes to LAO’s Lynn Bradley
Published: July 6, 2018
“Your openness, collaboration and dedication are a model to LAO employees and reflect positively on the organization.”
Congratulations to Lynn Bradley, LAO Supervisory Duty Counsel at L’Orignal Court, east of Ottawa.
Recipient of the 2018 Canadian Mental Health Association Champlain‑East branch’s Earl Eaton Award of Distinction, Lynn has been recognized for her exceptional dedication to the field of mental health.
CMHA works with duty counsel to identify and support clients in the justice system living with mental illness.
CMHA cited Lynn’s knowledge and understanding of challenges faced by clients noting her openness, collaboration and dedication when identifying potential clients for the court diversion program in mental health, court support or other community resources.
Lynn joined LAO as L’Orignal Supervisory Duty Counsel in 2001. After working with the local Crown Office for 14 months in 2009, she returned to LAO in 2010.
“Lynn, we are proud of your achievement and contribution,” said David Field, LAO’s President and CEO. “Your openness, collaboration and dedication are a model to LAO employees and reflect positively on the organization.”