JACINTHE BOUDREAU practices mainly in civil litigation, with particular emphasis on health law. She represents hospitals, health facilities, and health care professionals in medical malpractice matters and before regulatory bodies. She also represents other professionals in malpractice matters and acts for clients in human rights cases.
She has represented clients at all levels of Court in Ontario. Prior to 1996, Jacinthe was in-house counsel for the Ontario Medical Association.
Jacinthe has presented on Health Law and Privacy Law at numerous conferences held by the Canadian Institute, the Ontario Bar Association and the Ontario Hospital Association. Jacinthe has also written articles published in Health Law in Canada and Hospital News.
Jacinthe is a member of the Advocates’ Society, the Canadian Bar Association , the Association des Juristes d’Expression Française de l’Ontario and is a member of the Executive of the Health Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association. Jacinthe also enjoys giving lectures on evidence to the Law classes at her local high school.
Jacinthe is fluent in French and English.
Jacinthe obtained her Bachelor of Civil Laws degree at Université de
Montréal in 1984 where she was awarded the Lord Reading Society Award. She obtained her Bachelor of Law degree at Osgoode Hall Law School in 1987.