Joshua M. Juneau
(613) 236-2657 x 201
Joshua is an experienced litigator focusing on military law, administrative law and labour and employment law. He has appeared many times before the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, at Courts Martial, and before many administrative tribunals. His passions are in law reform and constitutional compliance.
After being called to the Bar in 2012, Joshua acted as co-counsel on a nine-month public interest inquiry, which saw testimony of ninety-two (92) witness and led to 46 recommendations being made to Government to improve the quality of Military policing in Canada.
Joshua has authored and co-authored many articles on topics of military law and law reform in Carswell, Hill Times, Law Times, Ontario Bar Association Sword & Scale, Esprit de Corps magazine, and Defence Watch.
As an advocate, Joshua has assisted in presentations before the House of Commons Standing Committee on National Defence and Senate Committee on National Defence. He has also assisted in the production of Military Justice in Action, a Carswell publication, and acted as Master of Ceremonies for its two book launches in 2011 and 2015, welcoming distinguished guests such as the Governor General and several Justices from the Supreme Court of Canada.
In 2015 Joshua helped organize the inaugural Conference and Debate on Canadian Military Law, hosted by the University of Ottawa. This included developing the conference agenda, coordinating logistics for the conference, and liaising with many international guests and dignitaries from throughout Europe and the United States.
Joshua currently sits as the Chief Executive Officer of the Veterans Benevolent Fund, a charity that offers scholarships to children of disabled Canadian Armed Forces Veterans, and funding directly to Veterans in times of crisis.