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Sheila Lanctôt


501-140 Carleton Street
Fredericton, N.B.
E3B 3T4



Language(s) spoken: English, French

Bar Admission(s): New Brunswick, 2013

Legal Assistant(s): Courtney St Peter, Francine Bradbury, Wendy Ebbett

Whether it’s issues relating to labour and employment or litigation, with questions ranging from contractual obligations to discipline and termination, Sheila works with her clients to develop strategies to reach the best possible outcome. Some of the ways in which she has assisted clients at Stewart McKelvey include:

Administrative bodies:

  • Developing strategies and assisting groups of professionals who are seeking the right to self-regulate
  • Assisting a variety of professional associations, colleges and societies with:
    • Issues relating to governance, including drafting legislation and bylaws;
    • Issues relating to discipline, including compliance with legislation and procedural fairness in the processing of complaints;
    • Ensuring procedural fairness in the conduct of hearings; and,
    • Issues relating to human rights and official languages.
  • Labour and employment: Assisting clients with a variety of issues ranging from discipline and termination, to human rights and official languages.

Education & Career


Université de Moncton, Juris Doctor, 2013


Member, Canadian Bar Association
Board member, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Fredericton
Member, diversity & inclusion committee, Stewart McKelvey, 2016 – present
Deputy-Clerk, New Brunswick Court of Appeal

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