Daniel LeBlanc, Associate
Dan became a lawyer to help people. He strives to use honest advice and resolute advocacy to solve clients’ practical problems. His focus is on helping unions, workers and other groups striving to make the world a better place.
Dan was raised in Waldheim, Saskatchewan. He graduated with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan College of Law in 2015, earning awards for academic achievement and appellate advocacy.
Since becoming a lawyer, Dan has represented clients at all levels of court in Saskatchewan, including the Court of Appeal on both administrative and criminal matters. He has also advocated in front of various administrative tribunals, including the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board, boards of labour arbitration and the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal.
In addition to being a lawyer, Dan is a Regina City Councilor, representing Ward 6. Dan’s focus in politics is much the same as his focus in law: working alongside those making Regina a more equal, just place.
Dan leads an active lifestyle outside of work, with hobbies focused around mountains, tents and long bike rides. He lives with his wife, Heather in Regina’s Cathedral neighbourhood.
Law Society of Saskatchewan (2015)
Canadian Bar Association
Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers
Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association