Nicole DeBellefeuille

Nicole DeBellefeuille

Student-at-Law
“Each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve ever done.” — Bryan Stevenson, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption

Nicole DeBellefeuille joined Moon Rozier LPC as a Student-at-Law in 2020 after completing her J.D at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
Nicole has always been passionate about criminal law, completing an undergraduate degree in Criminology from Saint Mary’s University in her hometown of Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2017. Her focus on criminal law continued during her time at Queen’s Law, enrolling in classes such as sentencing, bias in the criminal justice system, criminal law theory and international criminal law. Nicole became involved in Queen’s Legal Aid clinic during her first year of law school, and worked with the clinic throughout her time at Queen’s Law – culminating in a supervisory role at the time of her graduation.
Through her criminology and criminal law studies; and especially through her exposure at the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic, Nicole came to realize the inequities and barriers faced by marginalized populations at every stage of the justice system, which solidified her decision to focus her career in criminal defence. Nicole sees her role as not only providing the best possible defence, but also aiding individuals in navigating the complexities of the criminal justice system.
Nicole as well was president of Queen’s Law Refugee Support Program assisting refugees with housing needs and employment placements.
When she is not advocating for her clients, Nicole enjoys reading, sports and spending time outdoors.

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