Dominic Caron

Dominic represents a full range of Pink Larkin clients with a practice that includes labour and employment law, administrative law, language rights and professional regulation.

A partner in the Fredericton office, Dominic focuses on labour and employment law. He advises and represents clients on a broad range of labour and employment issues, including arbitrations, labour board proceedings and litigation.

Dominic has also developed a practice in the niche area of language rights and has represented clients in various constitutional matters to ensure the rights of linguistic minorities are being respected.

He also advises and represents professional regulatory bodies in matters of administrative law and professional regulation and has acted as counsel for numerous complaints and discipline committees.

Dominic regularly appears before various administrative tribunals and has appeared before all levels of court in New Brunswick, the Federal Court of Appeal as well as the Supreme Court of Canada.

He is a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, the Canadian Bar Association, the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers and the Association des juristes d’expression française du Nouveau-Brunswick.

Dominic is bilingual and grew up in Moncton. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor sports and is an avid rock climber. His recent book, A Rock Climber’s Guide to New Brunswick, is available throughout Eastern Canada and New England.

Year of Call
New Brunswick, 2014

Law School
LL.B., Université de Moncton (Common Law), 2010

LL.B., Université de Sherbrooke (Civil Law), 2009

Labour Law
Professional Regulation
HR Law
Human Rights