Christine M. Bernard (portrait)

Christine M. Bernard

Christine Bernard conducts her practice in both official languages and helps clients with insurance disputes, litigation, employment law, property law, and administrative law matters.

A native of a francophone community in Alberta, she graduated with a major in History from the Faculté Saint-Jean at the University of Alberta. She also studied for a year in Paris. Christine moved to New Brunswick in 2001 and obtained her law degree from the Université de Moncton in 2004. She was called to the New Brunswick bar in 2005.

Christine is a member of the Association de juristes d'expression française, the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of New Brunswick.

Christine is the current Section Chair for the New Brunswick Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. She is also an instructor at the Civil Litigation Bar Courses. Christine has been a presenter at conferences for the New Brunswick Law Society.

Christine lives in Quispamsis with her husband and their two girls. She is thoroughly enjoying life on the East Coast and a return to her Acadian roots.