Julie Taub comes to us with a wealth of immigration experience. She is a bilingual immigration lawyer practicing in Ottawa, Ontario. Taub has more than 15 years of experience in Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law.
Taub graduated from the University of Toronto in 1971 where she received a B.A. in Political Science. She received her B.Ed. from Queen’s University the following year and went on to earn her M.Ed from the University of Ottawa in 1978.
In 1992, Taub graduated from the University of Ottawa LL.B from the Faculty of Law (programme français) and was called to the Ontario Bar in February of 1994.
While Taub originally started with general family law, she was eventually appointed as a Member to the Immigration and Refugee Board, Refugee Protection Division in January 1997.
Mrs. Taub was also part time Duty Counsel with Ottawa Legal Aid on the Immigration Panel for several years until 2012.
Taub has also appeared before the Federal Court of Canada, the Immigration Appeal Division, the Refugee Protection Division and the three divisions of the Immigration and Refugee Board on behalf of her clients. In addition, Mrs. Taub also deals with work permits, spousal and family sponsorships as well as immigration to Canada.
Mrs. Taub’s accomplishments are not only varied but vast as well. In 2008 she was invited to speak at the Conference on Canada, Immigration and Multiculturalism, hosted by the U.S State Department in in Washington D.C. She was also a moderator/participant at the Fraser Institute National Conference on Immigration in Montreal in June 2008.
Speaking on the topic of Work Permits and LMOs, Mrs Taub comes to us with a wealth of hands on experience making this CPD seminar invaluable.