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Chad Sullivan


501-140 Carleton Street
Fredericton, N.B.
E3B 3T4



Language(s) spoken: English

Bar Admission(s): New Brunswick, 2012

Legal Assistant(s): Francine Bradbury, Janie Gaudet, Wendy Ebbett

Chad represents employers in labour, employment, human rights and privacy matters. Chad works with a broad variety of clients in the public and private sectors, spanning industries such as manufacturing, trucking, construction, IT and post-secondary education. He has represented employers before various administrative tribunals and at all levels of Court in New Brunswick. Samples of his work include:

  • Defending employers in wrongful dismissal actions, labour arbitrations, human rights complaints and before the Labour and Employment Board.
  • Defending complaints made by employees under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
  • Acting for employers before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Tribunal.
  • Advising organizations on privacy issues and disclosure requirements under Right to Information legislation.

Education & Career


University of New Brunswick, LLB, 2011
St. Thomas University, BA, 2008


Member, Canadian Bar Association
Lecturer, New Brunswick Bar Admission Course – Advocacy Section
Editor, Stewart McKelvey Discovery magazine
Member, CACE Advocacy Group
Member, CACE Privacy Group


Bryden Family Prize in Administration Law, 2010
Canada Law Book Prize for Administrative Law, 2010
New Brunswick Law Foundation Scholarship, 2010
Canadian Council of Criminal Defence Lawyers Prize, 2009
Allen Earle Scholarship, 2009
Frank McKenna Scholarship, 2009

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