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Julie  Robinson

Julie Robinson

Associate Fasken
Ontario is inching closer to significant employment and labour changes.
Jurisdiction Quebec, 2014 | Ontario, 2013
Language(s) English, French
Office(s) Ottawa

Julie Robinson’s practice is focused in labour, employment and human rights.

A graduate of the Programme de droit canadien at the University of Ottawa, Julie received both her J.D. (summa cum laude) and LL.L. (summa cum laude). After articling at a leading Canadian law firm, Julie was called to both the Ontario and Québec Bars., She clerked for a judge of the Québec Court of Appeal from 2014 to 2016.

While at law school, Julie was French Editor to the Canadian Council on International Law Review, was a teaching assistant and acted as a caseworker at the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic. Julie also sat on the Admissions Committee of the French Common Law Program and on multiple sub-committees of the Regroupement des étudiants de common law en français (RECLEF). She also acted as treasurer for the University of Ottawa chapter of the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF).

Common Law Section Dean’s Award (awarded in recognition of the contribution made to the law school community)
Faculty of Common Law Merit Scholarship
Osgoode Society Prize for Canadian Legal History (awarded top students of the graduating class)


  • JD University of Ottawa
  • LLL University of Ottawa
  • B. Sc. Soc., International Development and Globalization University of Ottawa
Article Ontario Inching Closer to Significant Employment and Labour Changes Capital Perspectives
Article Private Practice After the Court of Appeal Capital Perspectives


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