Judy has practiced in the workplace law field for her entire career. She has extensive experience in Labour, Employment and Administrative Law, including Human Rights, Workers’ Compensation, Canada Pension Plan, Employment Standards, short and long term disability claims and wrongful dismissal matters. She is also an experienced workplace investigator.
Judy has worked at various times with employers, unions and employees, as an advisor, litigator, investigator and negotiator. She brings a unique perspective on the law and on how to navigate through the often complex array of workplace issues and stakeholders.
Judy is a member of the Competence Committee of the Law Society of New Brunswick and is a Past-President
of the Canadian Association for the Practical Study of Law in Education. She is the current Past-Chair of the Capitol Theatre Foundation Board of Governors and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Moncton. She has been called to the Bar in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Ontario.
recently participated as a panel member for the Lancaster House
audioconference, "Workplace Peacekeeping: Handling conflict between
employees, and dealing with differences between employees and
supervisors". She also participated in the InSight 10th Annual Atlantic Canada Labour & Employee
Relations conference, where she spoke on "The Critical Elements of an Effective Investigation of Employee Misconduct".