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Mission

We share the North End's spirit of tenacity and creativity. 

While recognizing that each legal problem is unique, few of us can devote limitless resources to solving them. By using the latest software, cloud based file management and value added billing North End Law delivers the most powerful litigation punch per square foot, allowing us to adapt quickly and stay true to our core mission to deliver on a promise of true access to justice.  

Get Informed. Do Good.

The initial 30 minute free*consultation will help us identify your legal issue(s), discuss your options on how to proceed, our fee structures and provide you with legal information relevant to your legal issue.  No fees or retainer will be collected. When you choose to retain us, we can hit the ground running.

*While no fees are collected we require you to make a minimum $20 donation to our featured non-profit. Currently, our featured non profit is Feed Nova Scotia. Feed Nova Scotia promotes access to justice by ensuring that everyone has access to the most basic of needs, food.  Visit them at www.feednovascotia.com


Who we are

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2018 Canadian National Pro Bono Distinguished Service Award Recipient

 

Julien S. Matte

As a skilled bilingual advocate Julien always strives for effective persuasion. His knowledge of the law and its application to a wide range of legal problems has led to a proven track record of reliably predicting outcomes. His many years as counsel defending the federal government has honed his ability to distill large amounts of information into the essential facts needed to achieve the desired objective.  Whether you have a large and complex problem or are headed to Small Claims Court, Julien can help.

 Affiliations

  • Income Assistance Appeal Board, Board Member

  • Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society Law Office Management Standards Committee, Member

  • Canadian Bar Association, Member

  • Advocates Society, Member

Education

University of New Brunswick
LLB, 2005

University of British Columbia
B.A., Psychology, 1999

Bar Admission

• Nova Scotia