The Professional Corporation of Jessica P. Belisle



Jennifer Tremblay-Hall is a sole practitioner from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Ms. Tremblay-Hall obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Geography) from Laurentian in 1996 and subsequently attended and graduated from Osgoode Law School in 1999. Ms. Tremblay-Hall completed her Articles with the Superior Court of Justice, Northeast Region sitting in Sudbury. During the course of her Articles she assisted Mr. Justice Stephen O'Neill with his precedent setting appellate decision of R. v. Powley (2000) 47 O.R. (3d) 30 (S.C.J.), which was ultimately upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada and set the stage for Metis Rights in Canada.

Called to the Bar in 2001, Ms. Tremblay-Hall is a trail blazer for female criminal Defence Lawyers in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

Presently, her primary practice is in the areas of Criminal law, Civil law and Aboriginal law.

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Jessica Belisle is an Anishinaabe Kwe from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Ms. Belisle pursued a Bachelor of Arts in Anishinaabemowin at Algoma University, attended the Program of Legal Studies for Native People in 2013 and graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Juris Doctor Degree in 2016. In her third year of Law School, Jessica participated in a Clinical Placement at the C.L.A.S.S.I.C. a poverty Law Clinic in downtown Saskatoon, where she was drawn to Criminal Law.

Ms. Belisle was called to the bar on January 26, 2018.

Ms. Belisle is currently practicing as a sole practitioner exclusively in Criminal Defence.

Ms. Belisle is a member of the Indigenous Bar Association and the Criminal Lawyers Association.

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Alexa Lepore is legal assistant to Ms. Belisle. She graduated from the Law Clerk program at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario in 2018. Alexa also has a Paralegal diploma which she earned at Humber College in Toronto, Ontario in 2012.

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