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Brittany Trafford

Associate and Immigration Team Lead

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



Language(s) spoken: English

Bar Admission(s): New Brunswick, 2016

Legal Assistant(s): Janie Gaudet, Wendy Ebbett

Brittany works hard to listen to her clients in order to find a strategy and solution that works for them. By taking the time to determine the parameters of her clients’ problems and to understand their goals, Brittany strives to provide efficient and effective results for any situation. Brittany practices immigration, labour and employment law and provides legal advice including:

  • Providing and implementing immigration strategies for corporations and individuals;
  • Assisting with Labour Market Impact Applications, Work Permit applications and Business Visitor documentation;
  • Advising on permanent residency options and requirements;
  • Guiding employers on their responsibilities when hiring and employing foreign workers; and
  • Acting as immigration representative on various applications for temporary workers and prospective permanent residents;
  • Supporting employers and individuals with issues of workplace accommodation, claims of discrimination, termination and wrongful dismissal, labour relations, grievances, and arbitrations.

Education & Career


McGill University Faculty of Law, B.C.L./LLB, 2014
McGill University School of Information Studies, Masters in Library and Information Studies, 2010
Mount Allison University, BA, 2008


Editor, Discovery, Education Publication
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Governance Professionals of Canada
Member of Executive, CBA Immigration Section
Member, Canadian Immigration Lawyers Association
Member, Fredericton Local Immigration Partnership
Instructor, University of New Brunswick, Faculty of Law

Thought Leadership


COVID-19: The Saga Continues, private client presentation, March 2021

Co-presenter, “Trending Topics”, Stewart McKelvey Labour and Employment webinar

November 23, 2021

Presenter, “2020 Immigration Updates”, Stewart McKelvey Fall Labour and Employment webinar, November 2020

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