Hiltz LeBlanc, Rebecca L.

  Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada
 +1 902 460 3455
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Rebecca is a Partner and member of the Business Litigation and Estate Litigation teams.

Rebecca is very professional and personable when she deals with clients and other lawyers. She not only focuses on the business’ problem, but the people to whom that problem matters most. Rebecca’s clients have come to expect a high degree of focus and detail; achieving successful results for her clients is first and foremost.

Active in the community, Rebecca is President of Halifax’s Neptune Theatre and a member-at-large of the Executive.  In addition, she is a part-time lecturer at Dalhousie Schulich School of law.

Rebecca enjoys music and is a member of the 36th Canadian Brigade Group (Nova Scotia) Band, performing as a musician, vocalist, and MC for charity concerts and other events. 


  • 2006: Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, Ontario 
  • 2003: LLB, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • 1996 – 1997: Independent language studies in German, Italian and French , University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
  • 1996: Bachelor of Music (Vocal Performance), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia


  • 2011 - Present: Partner, BOYNECLARKE LLP, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
  • 2004 – 2010: Associate, BOYNECLARKE LLP, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
  • 2003 – 2004: Articled Clerk, BOYNECLARKE LLP, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
  • Summer 2002: BOYNECLARKE LLP Summer Student Placement, LakeCity Employment Services, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
  • 1990 – Present: Reservist, Department of National Defence, Halifax, Nova Scotia


  • Sessional Instructor/Part-Time Faculty (Civil Trial Workshops), Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Member – Nova Scotia Barristers' Society 
  • Member – Canadian Bar Association 


  • President- Halifax’s Neptune Theatre Foundation 
  • Former Vice President/Chair and Board Member – MINDS - Moving in New Directions Society