Regina, SK
T: 306-565-5181
F: 306-359-0785

Michelle Biddulph maintains a litigation practice with a particular interest in criminal and administrative litigation.

While in law school, Michelle was the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions, including the Law Society of Saskatchewan Silver Medal. She competed in the Jessup Moot, where she received several awards for oral and written advocacy. She was an editor of the Saskatchewan Law Review, and worked as a research assistant for Professor Dwight Newman.

Prior to joining McDougall Gauley LLP, Michelle served as a law clerk to Justice Brown and Justice Rothstein of the Supreme Court of Canada. She also completed a clerkship at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.

Bar Admission

  • Saskatchewan, 2015

Education

  • Juris Doctor (with Great Distinction), University of Saskatchewan, 2014
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with High Honours, University of Saskatchewan, 2011

Awards & Recognition

  • Law Society of Saskatchewan Silver Medal, 2014
  • Ron Fritz Prize in Law, 2014
  • Douglas Schmeiser Prize in Constitutional Law, 2014
  • Amy and Brian Pfefferle Prize, 2014
  • College of Law Academic Excellence Scholarship, 2013
  • Thomas P. Deis / Cronkite Prize in Constitutional Law, 2013
  • Donald MacLean Memorial Prize in Constitutional Law, 2012
  • University of Saskatchewan Continuing Scholarship, 2012
  • William Elliott Scholarship, 2011
  • International Studies Convocation Prize, 2011
  • Allan P. Isinger Essay Prize, 2009

Memberships & Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Saskatchewan
  • Regina Bar Association

“Indigeneity and Effects of Internationalized Indigenous Rights in Israel”, Paper delivered at the Canadian Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 2014 (with Dwight Newman)

“Arctic Development and Indigenous Religious Rights”, Paper delivered at the Arctic Circle Assembly, Reykjavik, Iceland, October 2014 (with Dwight Newman and Lorelle Binnion)

“Arctic Energy Development and Best Practices on Consultation with Indigenous Peoples”, Paper delivered at the Arctic Circle Assembly, Reykjavik, Iceland, October 2013 (with Dwight Newman and Lorelle Binnion)

“Equality Rights, Ratio Identification, and the Un/Predictable Path Not Taken: Quebec (Attorney General) v. A and R. v. Ibanescu”,   U.B.C. Law Review, V. 47, P. 1, 2015, (with Dwight Newman)

"A Contextualized Account of General Principles of International Law”, Pace International Law Review V. 26, P. 286, 2014, (with Dwight Newman)

“Arctic Energy Development and Best Practices on Consultation with Indigenous Peoples”, Boston University International Law Journal, V. 32, P. 449, 2014, (with Dwight Newman and Lorelle Binnion)

“Shifting the Tide of Canadian Federalism: the Operation of Provincial Interjurisdictional Immunity in the post-Canadian Western Bank Era”, Saskatchewan Law Review, V. 77, P. 45, 2014

Eweida v. United Kingdom”, Australian International Law Journal, V. 20, P. 183, 2013, (with Dwight Newman)

“Grappling with the Future of Law in the Context of Ongoing Change”, Saskatchewan Law Review, V. 76, P. 49, 2013, (with Dwight Newman and Amy Gibson)

“Comparativist-Structural Approaches to Interpretation of the post-Obamacare Spending Power”, Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law, V. 21, P. 1, 2012, (with Dwight Newman)

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2011”, Saskatchewan Law Review, V. 75, P. 125, 2012, (with Dwight Newman)