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Julie LeBlanc Hultberg


Suite 601, Blue Cross Centre
644 Main St.
Moncton, N.B.
E1C 1E2



Language(s) spoken: English, French

Bar Admission(s): New Brunswick, 2007

Legal Assistant(s): Ophélie Martin Leblanc

Julie’s practice is focused in the areas of health law, insurance law, and professional regulation and discipline matters, including acting as counsel for the Canadian Medical Protective Association and its members throughout New Brunswick. She has represented clients in New Brunswick through various levels of court and tribunals and has experience developing and drafting policy and legislative frameworks.

Education & Career


London School of Economics and Political Science, LL..M., 2010
University of New Brunswick, LL.B., 2006
Université de Moncton, B.Sc. – Biochemistry, 2003


Chair, Health Law Section, Canadian Bar Association – New Brunswick
Member, Board of Directors, Centre des arts et de la culture de Dieppe
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Moncton Area Lawyers’ Association
Member, Association des juristes d’expression française du Nouveau-Brunswick
Secretary, Moncton Area Lawyers’ Association (2014 – 2016)
Treasurer, Moncton Area Lawyers’ Association (2012 – 2014)


New Brunswick Law Foundation Graduate Scholarship in Law, 2009;
Law Faculty Prize (2006): most outstanding member of the graduating class, taking account of high academic standing and extra-curricular activities;
Dean’s List designations, 2004, 2005 and 2006;
Bereskin & Parr Prize, 2006: highest standing in Intellectual Property;
Barbara Baird Prize, 2006: most outstanding student in Family Law;
Maritime Law Book – 1st Prize, 2006: highest standing in Professional Conduct;
Certificate of Achievement, 2006: highest standing in Real Estate Transactions;
Selected for the McKelvey Cup competitive trial moot, 2006;
New Brunswick Law Foundation Scholarship, 2004 and 2005: awarded on the basis of academic excellence;
Edwin Jacobs Special University Scholarship (2005): awarded on the basis of academic achievement;
Selected for the Laskin administrative and constitutional competitive appellate moot (2005);
University of New Brunswick Academic Scholarship (2004): awarded on the basis of academic attainment.

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