Leah Gardner


Plain Language Specialist - Translator (on leave)

Leah creates legal information and education tools, and provides services tailored to Quebec’s English-speaking communities.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in international development studies in 2007, and a degree in common law and civil law in 2015 from McGill University. She also completed the Intensive Semester in Aboriginal Lands, Resources and Governments at Osgoode Hall Law School.

Before studying law, Leah was the public education coordinator at a social justice non-profit in Montreal.  She has also worked in immigration law, aboriginal law and human rights law. Leah was called to the Quebec bar in 2017.