Formerly a member of a provincial offences investigation team, operated by the Regional Municipality of Durham, she graduated from the paralegal program with TriOS College in October of 2016, having studied psychology prior to that at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Mrs. LeBlanc immediately entered the legal field, as an assistant at Swords Law LLP in 2016, prior to the formation of Gobin & Leyenson LLP in 2017. She received her paralegal licence in March of 2017 and in July of 2017 began providing legal services to the clients of Gobin & Leyenson LLP, with superb administrative and organizational skills, professional customer service approach and outstanding commitment to the paralegal profession. Mrs. LeBlanc has appeared before Landlord and Tenant Board, Small Claims Court and Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
Mrs. LeBlanc’s background in psychology is particularly useful at the mediation state of litigation.
Ask Us About
- Small Claims Court
- Motor Vehicle Accidents & Personal Injury
- Provincial Offenses