Nathalie L. Godbout

Nathalie was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1995 and has practiced extensively in the fields of civil litigation, administrative law and labour law.

She has significant expertise in malpractice defense work, providing valuable legal advice to executives and professionals including physicians, lawyers, engineers, accountants, and others in the helping professions. If for whatever reason your career and livelihood is being threatened by a lawsuit, complaint or audit, Nathalie will provide you timely, expert legal advice, guiding the matter to a better resolution for all involved.

In the area of labour and employment law, Nathalie has assisted employers and employees alike with workplace issues such as harassment complaints and investigations, pension disputes and injured worker compensation.

Nathalie joined the partnership in 2006. She is fluently bilingual and serves the firm’s clients in both official languages.

Areas of Practice: Civil Litigation | Administrative Law | Labour & Employment



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Nathalie sits on the board of the Ethics Committee of the Law Society of New Brunswick.

She has lectured for the Canadian Defence Lawyers, the Canadian Bar Association, and has been an instructor for the Law Society of New Brunswick’s Bar Admission program.

Nathalie is a champion of many civic and professional organizations. She sits on the Board of Directors of Emera New Brunswick.

She is a past member of the Board of Directors of Assumption Life, Enterprise Saint John, Symphony New Brunswick, and was the Chair of the Saint John Board of Trade in 2007-2008. She is a past member of the Board of Governors of St. Thomas University.

Nathalie is the Chair of the Mental Health Tribunal for southern New Brunswick, and the former Vice-Chair of the New Brunswick Health Council.

She is also involved with Canadian Women in Communications, an organization that raises the profile of women working in the communications field through a number of initiatives, including internships and mentoring programs.

At St. Thomas University, Nathalie was the recipient of the President's Scholarship and the Birk's Medal for Leadership.
Canadian Bar Association

Law Society of New Brunswick

Saint John Law Society

Association des Juristes d'Expression Française du N.-B.

Bachelor of Arts (STU)

Bachelor of Law '94 (UNB)

Nathalie spends time with her husband and two daughters at their home along the Kennebecasis River. Family projects usually revolve around local charity fundraising initiatives.

Nathalie’s best-kept secret is a passion of hers – she is a classically trained pianist.