Gabrielle Lemoine is a labour and employment lawyer in Hicks Morley’s Toronto office. She is building a practice that includes advice and representation for employers and management in both the private and public sector on a wide range of labour and employment issues, including grievance arbitrations, collective bargaining, labour disputes, wrongful dismissals, constructive dismissals, and employment standards.
Gabrielle received her Juris Doctor from Dalhousie University. While Gabrielle was studying at Dalhousie, her mooting team won the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Law national moot. She was recognized as the best advocate overall. Gabrielle earned various academic prizes during her studies, including the William D. Outhit Prize for the highest standing in Administrative Law, the N. Goyette Prize for the highest standing in Tax Law, the Clyde W. Sperry Prize for the highest standing in Property Law, and the Clifford Rae Achievement Award for graduating among the top-ranked Atlantic students. Before attending law school, Gabrielle received her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature (with Distinction) from McGill University.
Prior to joining Hicks Morley, Gabrielle clerked for the Honourable Justice Donald J. Rennie at the Federal Court of Appeal and articled at a full-service national law firm. In her spare time she enjoys reading, riding horses, and hanging out with her dog.
Memberships & Affiliations
Ontario Bar Association – Member (Labour & Employment Section)
Canadian Bar Association – Member
Dalhousie University, J.D. (Dean’s List)
McGill University, B.A. (Distinction)