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Jennifer Langille


Jennifer was born and raised in the little community of Caribou, located in rural Pictou County. Jennifer attended West Pictou, keeping herself busy outside of school as a longtime member of the Heatherbell Girls Pipes and Drums. After graduating from West Pictou in 2001, she spent a year studying at Saint Mary's University before attending Saint Francis Xavier University, where she worked as a tour guide and in the admissions office. She graduated from St. F.X. in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) in Political Science and Sociology. Jennifer then attended Dalhousie Law School, while juggling a busy work schedule as a Caseload Planner for the Victorian Order of Nurses. She also spent a semester at the Dalhousie Legal Aid Clinic. Jennifer graduated with her law degree in 2008.

Upon completing her studies, Jennifer promptly returned to Pictou County, eagerly accepting an articling opportunity with MacGillivray Law Office. She was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2009. Since that time Jennifer has represented her clients before the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, as well as the Social Security Tribunal (SST). She works closely with her trusted assistant, Breanna Gunn.

Jennifer now calls Durham home where she resides with Rob and her two beagles, Chilli and Leo.

Areas of Practice

Long Term Disability
Auto Accident
Civil Suits

Bar Admissions

Nova Scotia, 2009
New Brunswick, 2016


Dalhousie Law School, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
LL.B. - 2008
Honours: Recipient of Arthur L. Foote, Q.C. Memorial Scholarship

St. F.X., Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada
B.A. - 2005
Honours: First Class Honours
Major: Political Science
Minor: Sociology

Professional Associations and Memberships

Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association, Member
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, Member

Hear from Jennifer as she answers one of our frequently asked questions, “What happens if the driver who hit me doesn’t have insurance?”: