Michèle Brown-Gellert is a bilingual associate in the Fredericton office of Cox & Palmer. She practices primarily in the areas of employment, labour, human rights and administrative law.
Michèle was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 2017 after receiving her JD from the University of New Brunswick in 2016. Prior to that, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology from the University of New Brunswick in 2013. Michèle worked as a summer student and completed her articles with the firm.
Outside of work, Michèle enjoys practicing yoga and snowboarding.
Michèle completed a judicial internship at the New Brunswick Court of Appeal in 2015.
- New Brunswick 2016
- University of New Brunswick
- University of New Brunswick (BA Honours Psychology, 2013)
- University of New Brunswick (JD, 2016)
Activities Within Firm
- When the Courts “Exclude” an Exclusionary Clause, Insurers Have a Duty to Defend, December 21, 2016, Marie-Pier Levesque and Michèle Brown-Gellert.
Community & Volunteer Activities
- President of the UNB French Law Society (2015 – 2016)
- Pro Bono Students Canada (2013 – 2014)
Law Society Memberships
- Canadian Bar Association
- Law Society of New Brunswick
- Revised Labour Standards for Federal Employers
- New Employment Leave Introduced in New Brunswick: Domestic Violence Leave, Intimate Partner Violence Leave or Sexual Violence Leave
- Will Legalization Cause Workplace Safety To Go Up in Smoke?
- Can Employers Require Mandatory Unpaid Standby Duty?
- When the Courts “Exclude” an Exclusionary Clause, Insurers Have a Duty to Defend