NORDAL LeBlanc Law Office



Ronni Nordal

Ronni Nordal


Ronni has had the privilege of acting for unions and on behalf of union members in grievance arbitration and before all levels of Courts in Saskatchewan, the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal and the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board and Canada Industrial Relations Board. In addition to her labour law practice Ronni assists workers in employment law matters and professional discipline. Ronni is serving her second term as a Bencher of the Law Society of Saskatchewan and is Chair of the Canadian Bar Association Admin/Labour & Employment Law South Section and recently Co-Chaired the CBA National Admin/Labour & Employment Law Conference in Ottawa.

Daniel LeBlanc

Daniel LeBlanc


Dan graduated with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan College of Law in 2015, earning the following awards and recognitions: • 2015 Judge D. Murray Brown Memorial Prize in Appellate Advocacy. • 2015 Gabe Burkart Memorial Award, based on academic achievement in the area of criminal law. • 2014 College of Law Upper-Year Juris Doctor Academic Achievement Scholarship. • 2014 CBA Saskatchewan Branch Award of Excellence. • 2015 Justice John Klebuc Access to Justice Scholarship. • Saskatchewan Law Review Honour. • Member of the 2014-15 Gale Moot Team.

Michelle Duncan

Michelle Duncan



A bit about us

Located in Regina, SK, we are committed to providing our clients with passionate and skilled labour law representation. Ronni Nordal and Daniel LeBlanc practice the union side of labour law, representing the interests of employees and trade unions before the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board, the Canada Industrial Relations Board, numerous arbitration boards, and all levels of Court.

Contact Info

  •   306.522.3992 - Main
  •   306.522.3993 - Fax
  •   2334 McIntyre Street, Regina, SK CANADA S4P 2S2


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