Alyssa LeBlanc practices in the areas of labour, employment and human rights law. She is a graduate of Queen’s University Faculty of Law. At Queen’s, Alyssa won the Hicks Morley Labour Law Moot, was Co-President of the Queen’s Labour and Employment Club, and Managing Editor, Business for the Queen’s Law Journal.
Prior to law school, Alyssa earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts in History from Dalhousie University where she received the Medal in History, the Dalhousie University President’s Renewable Scholarship, and graduated with First Class Honours.
Alyssa was previously Team Leader of Social Media and Interpretation and Team leader of Historic Research for Parks Canada in Halifax. In 2014, Alyssa completed the Public International Law program at the Bader International Study Centre in Herstmonceaux, England.
Alyssa enjoys scuba diving, modern art and jazz.