Jay LeMoine

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Jay LeMoine

Jay LeMoine


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Jay LeMoine is a business lawyer whose work focuses on the commercial aspects of infrastructure projects and business transactions. His practice includes negotiating, drafting and implementing commercial contracts, business structures, public-private partnerships and infrastructure agreements.

In addition to his P3 work, Jay regularly advises on a variety of business transactions, including commercial financings, acquisitions and divestitures of shares and assets as well as on general contractual matters.
He articled and joined us as a lawyer on his call to the bar in 1998. Before attending law school, he spent five years working with the municipal government in Kobe, Japan, where he became a proficient speaker of Japanese.


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LL.B., Queen's University, 1997
B.A., University of Toronto, 1989

  • British Columbia 1998
  • Ontario 2020


Matters in which Jay has acted include:

  • Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project
  • Broadway Subwat Project
  • Capital Regional District Core Area Wastewater Treatment Program
  • Lions Gate Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • Swift Current Long Term Care Centre
  • Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford 
  • Northeast Anthony Henday Project
  • Calgary Cancer Centre Project
  • RCMP E Division Headquarters Project
  • North Island Hospitals Project
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, 2019 - 2021: recommended in Infrastructure Law
  • Chambers Canada, Nationwide: Projects - PPP & Infrastructure, Chambers and Partners, 2020
  • The Legal 500 Canada: Infrastructure and Projects (Leading Lawyer), 2019-2021
  • Chambers Global, Canada: Projects - PPP & Infrastructure, Chambers and Partners, 2016-2021
  • Best Lawyers in Canada: Corporate Law, Project Finance Law, Public Procurement Law, 2014-2021
  • "Strong negotiating skills, professionalism and strong service level." – Chambers Global 
  • "Expert counsel with strong negotiating skills." – The Legal 500 Canada 
  • Canadian Bar Association
    • Business Law Section, BC Branch
  • Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships
  • Inter-Pacific Bar Association
  • Canada Japan Society of BC
  • Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan